China car sales to grow 6-8 pct this yr, luxury faster-Audi


BEIJING, Feb 1 (Reuters) - China's car market is expected to grow 6-8 percent this year, with the luxury segment growing faster, Audi AG's China president said on Friday. Dietmar Voggenreiter made the remarks to Reuters on the sidelines of a company event in Beijing. Car sales in China rose 7.1 percent in 2012, slowing after years of breakneck expansion. (Reporting by Xu Wan,; writing by Fang Yan; editing by Jonathan Standing)

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