The economic climate, punctuated by a weak dollar and slumping market, is making it tough, but Audi of America Inc. is confident its growth strategy targeting a doubling of sales by 2015 won’t get knocked off track in 2008. The auto maker, which sold a record 93,508 cars and trucks in the U.S. last year, is predicting it will smash through the 100,000-unit mark for the first time in 2008. That’s despite the fact Audi is in a build-out phase for its highest-volume model, the A4, and the ...

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