March 5 (Reuters) - The prospects for Europe's ailing car market have got worse in recent months and demand is likely to remain shaky for at least five years as governments push through austerity measures to cut their debts, industry leaders warned at the Geneva car show on Tuesday.
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ANALYSIS > Daimler CEO unveils his last-chance saloon > Alfa Romeo reboot marks tough road for Fiat
FACTBOXES > February US auto sales 15.38 mln annualized rate
GRAPHICS > 2012 EU new car registrations (ACEA) interactive:
> Jan 2013 EU new car registration (ACEA):
> European new car registrations historical country comparison (ACEA):
> Auto manufacturer's capitalisation:> U.S. auto sales:
REUTERS INSIDER > Daimler boss Zetsche running low on gas