Audi CEO: Auto industry faces tougher year in 2012


* Stadler sees further growth in China, emerging markets * No decision yet on where U.S. plant will be located * Denies being in frame to be VW head after 2016 By Irene Preisinger Ingolstadt, GERMANY, Dec 25 (Reuters) - The automotive industry faces a tougher year in 2012 than it has done this year, Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler told Reuters in an interview for release on Sunday. "But this should not be a reason to fall into pessimism," he said, adding that the automotive industry ...

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