Porsche 10-month revenue outpaces unit sales


FRANKFURT, June 26 (Reuters) - Revenue at German sports car maker Porsche grew faster than vehicle sales in the first 10 months to end-May, it said on Monday, adding that it expected record turnover and earnings in fiscal 2005/06. Sales rose 15.3 percent to 5.96 billion euros ($7.49 billion) helped by a richer mix as it delivered 79,564 units, a gain of 14.2 percent.

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