STUTTGART, Germany, July 11 (Reuters) - The luxury Audi unit of Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen said global sales rose to 388,000 cars in the first half of 2003 from 383,500 a year ago, its highest sales figures ever, while sales in Germany fell. In remarks late on Thursday embargoed for publication on Friday, Audi Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn told reporters that sales in its German home market were 3.1 percent lower in the first six months of this year at 122,862 cars. "We ...
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