German Auto Production Climbs 14% in September

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FRANKFURT, Oct 2 (Reuters) - German car production jumped 14 percent to 515,200 vehicles in September, driven by strong demand from Asia and abroad, the country's auto industry association VDA said on Wednesday. "Our companies are currently profiting from their presence in (foreign) growth centres and the apparent stabilisation in the west European market," said VDA President Matthias Wissmann in a statement. The strong growth in production, driven by a 15 percent ...

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