BERLIN, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Germany's Daimler has almost 90,000 orders for the revamped A-class compact of its Mercedes-Benz luxury division, Die Zeit reported, citing Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche. That would compare with advance orders of more than 40,000 for Volkswagen's overhauled Golf hatchback, which is vying for customers with the A-Class in the competitive compact segment. Stuttgart, Germany-based Mercedes will increase global auto sales by 5 percent ...
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