FRANKFURT, April 28 (Reuters) - Audi, the luxury unit of Volkswagen , reported on Monday first-quarter operating profit rose 28.2 percent to 514 million euros ($805 million) and stuck to its forecast for a full-year increase. Revenue in the quarter declined by 4.4 percent to 8.29 billion euros due to the negative impact of currency exchange rates, it added in a statement. "The increase in vehicle sales that the Audi Group is striving for, together with further productivity gains and ...
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