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Auto industry sales to rise 11% in July


July is expected to bring an 11% increase in the new cars and trucks sales, as U.S. consumers took advantage of sales, leasing deals and lending. Chrysler is expected to report a 22% sales increase, followed by General Motors with 10% despite the intense media coverage of its recall crisis and its popularity struggle. Today all car producers are scheduled to disclose ...
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