(Figures in U.S. dollars) TORONTO, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Slowing economic growth in Canada will undercut domestic auto sales in 2007 and contribute to the end of a five-year cycle of record global auto sales, Scotia Economics said in a report on Thursday. In its Global Auto Report, Scotia Economics said weaker sales in mature markets such as Canada, the United States, Western Europe and Japan will offset momentum in China, India and Latin America next year. Car and light truck sales in ...
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