LAS VEGAS – Audi of America Inc. says it will receive fewer vehicles from parent Audi AG for the ’04 model year as a result of sluggish demand and the weak dollar that is lessening profits at the U.S. sales arm. Plans call for Audi to divert vehicles originally earmarked for the U.S. to other markets where demand is stronger and there is less negative impact from the strong euro. In all, as many as 2,000-3,000 vehicles will be taken out of Audi’s U.S. vehicle allotment for ’04. Audi ...
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