FRANKFURT, Jan 24 (Reuters) - German sportscar maker Porsche AG said on Friday pre-tax profit had risen 18 percent to 185.1 million euros ($199 million) in the first half of its fiscal year. The world's most profitable carmaker said revenues in the six months to January 31 rose almost 20 percent to about 2.2 billion euros, while unit sales were up 5.2 percent to about 24,684 vehicles, according to preliminary figures. The company also said it was still on track for a ninth consecutive ...
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