Porsche sees FY 03/04 sales at 70,000-75,000 units


SHANGHAI, Aug 19 (Reuters) - German sports carr maker Porsche AG said on Tuesday it should sell between 70,000 and 75,000 vehicles globally in the current fiscal year, up about 7.7 percent to 15.4 percent from 65,000 in the previous year. "With the products that we have coming in, we should sell 70,000 to 75,000 cars in this fiscal year which has just started," board member Hans Riedel said in an interview before the opening of Porsche's new showroom in China's financial hub.

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