DETROIT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - U.S. vehicle sales will be flat next year with any recovery in demand expected only in 2010 as consumers struggle with tight credit, high gasoline prices and a housing market slump, according to an industry forecast from a leading auto sales tracking firm. "There is no recovery next year," said Rebecca Lindland, analyst with Global Insight. "We don't have the economic structure to support that." Lindland expects overall U.S. industrywide sales to come in at ...
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