NEWCASTLE, U.K. – German auto makers produced 5% more cars in June compared with year-ago, supported by strong export demand, another sign overseas sales are helping the industry overcome sluggish domestic demand. Audi A4 In the first six months, Germany turned out 477,800 passenger cars, with 333,400 exported. The figures, released by the German Assn. of the Automotive Industry (VDA), show exports jumped 11% in June compared with the year-ago period and 15% over May. June’s ...

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