INTERVIEW-Dogus Otomotiv 2010 sales to jump 41 pct


ISTANBUL, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Dogus Otomotiv , which sells Volkswagen cars in Turkey, expects to boost revenue by 41 percent to 3 billion liras ($1.93 billion) in 2010 with the arrival of new models, Chief Executive Ali Bilaloglu said. The company expects to sell 80,000 vehicles this year and to raise this figure to 90,000 units in 2011 as the new Passat and Jetta models increase its passenger-car market share to more than 10 percent, Bilaloglu told Reuters in an interview in Istanbul on ...

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