NEW DELHI, Feb 24 (Reuters) - The Indian unit of Czech carmaker Skoda Auto said on Monday it expected its sales in 2003 to nearly double from a year ago helped by three model launches and a four to six percent growth of the premium car segment. Skoda, a unit of German automaker Volkswagen AG , has been in India since November 2001 when it began assembling and selling the Octavia sedan in two versions. The Octavia, which has a showroom price of about 1.2 million rupees ($25,149), is ...
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