By Andreas Cremer PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Italian super sports car maker Lamborghini is bracing for flat vehicle sales next year as the global economic slowdown weighs on luxury purchases in key markets including China. Lamborghini, owned by the German Volkswagen automotive group, expects 2012 sales of its two model lines, the new Aventador and the Gallardo, to post double-digit growth from last year's 1,602 global deliveries, Chief Executive ...
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