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A weakened Europe but fast-growing North American market won’t see Audi stray from its game plan in the U.S., where the auto maker is focusing on keeping demand high and supply limited. Audi sold a record 139,310 vehicles in the U.S. last year, up 18.5% from 2011, and its strong start in January-February, where volume jumped 17.0% from 2012, has officials confident of setting a new high mark this year. But even though some vehicles are in tight supply, Audi’s top U.S. ...
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