Q1 Metals demand from German carmakers to increase


* Strong metal demand in Germany attracts offer from abroad * Volkswagen to hit record car sales in 2011 * Outlook for the rest of 2012 uncertain By Silvia Antonioli LONDON, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Demand for steel and metals from German carmakers will increase in the first quarter next year as car sales to developing countries continue to grow, industry sources told Reuters. The outlook for the rest of 2012 however remains uncertain as weakening consumer confidence in Europe and a ...

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