One thing is certain, Audi AG will need more plant capacity if it is to reach its worldwide sales goal of 1.5 million vehicles annually by 2015. But whether any of that new production capability winds up in North America, where Audi is feeling the effects of a weak dollar, is problematic, officials say. Audi has been looking for ways to squeeze out a few more vehicles as it continues to grow worldwide, targeting record sales of 1 million units in 2008. In addition to improving ...

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