Dogus of Turkey revises sales 2010 target as demand grows


ISTANBUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Dogus Otomotiv , a Turkish car distributor, has revised its year-end sales target upward to as much as 2.9 billion lira ($1.9 billion) as economic recovery propels demand, Chief Executive Ali Bilaloglu said. Dogus, which sells Volkswagen vehicles in Turkey, said in April its target for revenue was between 2 billion and 2.5 billion lira by the end of 2010. Bilaloglu told reporters late on Wednesday that Dogus expects to sell 75,000 units this year, raising its ...

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