(Adds quotes) PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - German sports car maker Porsche expects to grow vehicle sales again in the current business year and is "quite optimistic" about earnings and revenues, its chief financial officer said on Thursday. "We see continued vehicle sales growth in the current year," CFO Holger Haerter told Reuters in an interview at the Paris car show. "We expect a continuing high level of Cayenne sales in the region of 40,000 units." He added that the group expected to ...
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