STUTTGART, Germany, July 26 (Reuters) - German luxury sportscar maker Porsche said on Friday unit sales for its business year ending July would be slightly lower than the previous year, but profits would remain stable. A spokesman said full-year sales would drop slightly as the company sold fewer of its entry-level Boxster cars, which earn it smaller profit margins than the flagship 911 sportscar, in line with expectations. He said Porsche had sold 20,000 Boxsters in 2001-2002 versus ...
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