Audi's 2006 return on capital to be 13 pct - paper


FRANKFURT, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen premium car division Audi's return on capital in 2006 is expected to be 13 percent, the Financial Times Deutschland reported, quoting sources close to Audi's supervisory board. The newspaper, in an article to be published on Thursday, said sales at Audi were also expected to be strong this year. Audi Chief Executive Rupert Stadler had said earlier this year, when he was chief financial officer, that the company was on its way to achieving a return ...

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