* Major auto dealers see only slow recovery in US sales * AutoNation sees US sales over 11 mln in 2010 * Asbury projects 2010 sales to be flat compared with 2009 * Asbury shares down 1.9 pct; AutoNation down 0.2 pct By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Major U.S. auto dealerships see only a grudging recovery in demand in 2011, a cautious outlook at odds with the consensus view that the battered industry could see a double-digit percentage rebound. "We can feel that there ...
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