Audi AG says its net profits for 2001 were E769 million ($666 million), an increase of 4.8% over like-2000 results. Unit sales – including both the Audi and Lamborghini brands – rose 7.8% to 991,444 units. Like parent Volkswagen AG, Audi has just completed a wide-ranging management shakeup that includes the reassignment of Chairman Josef Paefgen to chairman of the Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motor Cars Ltd. unit. Paefgen was replaced by Martin Winterkorn, who was formerly head of VW’s finance ...
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