MARBELLA, Spain Sept 3 (Reuters) - Premium car maker Audi expects to sell more than 1.7 million cars in 2014 even as sales momentum in some emerging markets slows, Chief Executive Rupert Stadler said. Audi, owned by Volkswagen, delivered 1.01 million cars in the first seven months of the year, ahead of Mercedes-Benz, which sold 913,500, but behind rival BMW with 1.02 million deliveries. "The driver of sales were the established economies, not emerging markets, with the exception of ...
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