BRATISLAVA, May 22 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen's Slovak unit said on Thursday its sales jumped 35 percent to 30.6 billion crowns in the first quarter compared with the same period a year earlier. Volkswagen Slovakia, which accounts for around 15 percent of the ex-Soviet satellite country's sales abroad, said exports in the first quarter were 30.5 billion crowns, while imports amounted to 19.5 billion crowns. The company's resulting 11-billion-crown first-quarter trade surplus ...
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