(Adds details on carmakers, quotes, US sales, updates shares) By Madeline Chambers FRANKFURT, Jan 15 (Reuters) - New car sales in western Europe slipped 1.3 percent last year after a sharp drop in December caused by weaker demand in Italy, industry association data showed on Thursday, as investors hope for a stronger 2004. Japanese and Korean carmakers continued their assault on domestic players in December, ending the year with jumps in both overall sales and market share, while ...
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