Volkswagen AG says its third-quarter net profit fell 65% to €76 million ($96.7 million) on a modest 0.6% decline in global vehicle deliveries, which ended the period at 1.23 million units. Overall sales revenue was up just 0.8% to €21.5 billion ($27.4 billion). The disappointing results were somewhat offset by the German auto maker’s ForMotion cost-reduction program, which contributed €850 million ($1.1 billion) to the bottom line during the quarter and has saved VW more than E1 billion ...

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