China Gains Drive Volkswagen Group to 7% Sales Increase in September

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BERLIN, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen said group vehicle sales increased 7 percent in September as strong demand from China outweighed declining deliveries in core European markets. Global sales of cars, sport-utility vehicles and vans rose to 856,900 last month from 801,200 the same month a year earlier, Wolfsburg, Germany-based VW said in a statement on Friday. It's the second best monthly result this year by volume and the third-strongest percentage ...

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