Audi says H1 net profit up 67 pct to 679 mln euros


FRANKFURT, July 30 (Reuters) - First-half net profit at Volkswagen's premium unit Audi rose 67 percent to 679 million euros ($926.9 million) after a rise in revenue to record levels, the company said on Monday. Chief Executive Rupert Stadler said the company had established a sound base for strong results in the second half of the year as well. "We will end 2007 with record figures, not just for vehicle sales and production output, but also for the key financial ratios," he said in a ...

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