FRANKFURT, Feb 4- Western European car sales rose 5.8 percent in January, according to industry data released by LMC Automotive on Thursday. "The West European car market got off to a strong start to the year, growing 5.8 percent year-on-year, despite having one less selling day this month," LMC Automotive analyst Emiliano Lewis said. Sales in Europe's biggest...» Read More
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