PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Fiat's upscale Lancia unit expects its car sales to rise 20 percent this year, Luca di Meo, head of Lancia, said on Thursday. Di Meo said Lancia has won 5,000 orders for its new multipurpose vehicle Lancia Musa over the last few weeks since it was launched. He added that total sales were up 15 percent so far this year with 13-percent growth in Italy and a 56-percent jump in the rest of Europe, mostly thanks to the Ypsilon city car. "This shows the success of ...
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