AUTOSHOW-Volkswagen's Piech says could quadruple Alfa sales


* Volkswagen has time for Fiat to sell--VW Chairman Piech * VW group sales up 16 pct in Jan-Feb to 1.2 mln vehicles (Adds background) GENEVA/FRANKFURT, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG Chairman Ferdinand Piech said Europe's largest carmaker could nearly quadruple the annual sales of Alfa Romeo, if current owner Fiat SpA sold the underperforming brand. Within five years, the German company could bring sales of the Italian premium brand to nearly 400,000 cars, Piech said late on Monday ...

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