FRANKFURT, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche AG said on Tuesday its revenues rose 18 percent to 3.89 billion euros ($4.6 billion) in the nine months to the end of April and forecast a rise in profit for the full year. Publishing nine-month figures for the first time ever, the world's most profitable car maker said unit sales in the first three quarters of its business year rose 13 percent, thanks to its new Cayenne sports utility vehicle, although sales of its 911 and Boxster sportscars ...
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