FRANKFURT, Dec 27 (Reuters) - BMW's Mini brand aims to grow next year in albeit deteriorating market conditions, which spoiled Volkswagen's Skoda brand growth plans, magazine auto motor und sport said on Saturday. "We will continue to raise sales in 2009 regardless of the global sales crisis," Mini marketing director Wolfgang Armbrecht told German magazine auto motor und sport. Mini aims for a one-digit percentage growth rate this year, Armbrecht added, bucking the overall trend in the ...
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