MORRISTOWN, NJ – Capacity-strapped Audi of America Inc. is putting the focus on profits, not volume, its top executive says. But that doesn’t mean parent Audi AG isn’t looking for ways to increase production, and the possibility exists long-term that the auto maker could use its Chinese operations to fill the product pipeline in the U.S. “Our business is very volume driven,” says Johan de Nysschen, executive vice president in charge Audi of America, on hand here for the U.S. launch of ...

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