FRANKFURT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - German luxury sports carmaker Porsche will enter the Pakistan market next year as it expands its global presence to fuel sales growth, it said on Wednesday. Porsche said it had reached an accord with Pakistani importer Autotechnik Pvt Ltd under which the first Porsche centre would open in Lahore in the first quarter of 2006. Dealerships in Islamabad and Karachi were set to follow shortly. Porsche has expanded its presence over the past decade to more than 90 ...
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