US auto sales recovery seen slow amid Feb. recall


* Feb auto sales seen up 8 pct from year ago-J.D.Power * Annualized selling rate seen down from January * Raises 2010 U.S. sales forecast to 11.7 mln units By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Feb 25 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales in February are expected to rise from a year ago, but the pace of recovery likely slowed from last month with consumers sidelined by Toyota Motor Corp's recalls, an industry forecaster said on Thursday. U.S. light vehicle sales are expected to rise 8 percent to 741,500 ...

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