CORRECTED - UPDATE 1-New VW Golf sales disappoint - reports


In FRANKFURT story "UPDATE 1-New VW Golf sales disappoint - reports" please read in third paragraph...building 600,000 fifth-generation Golfs in 2004...instead of...building 600,000 fifth-generation Golfs in 2003... (corrects period). A corrected version follows. (Adds Automobilwoche survey, background) FRANKFURT, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Sales of Volkswagen's new Golf, which the company had hoped would boost end-of-year revenues, are lagging expectations due to low demand and technical ...

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