Turkey's Dogus may cut 2014 targets after loan curbs, corruption investigation - CEO


* Dogus may revise 2014 sales target of above 6 billion lira * Agrees with Audi and Volkswagen to sell cars in Iraq ISTANBUL, Dec 26 (Reuters) - The Turkish distributor of Audi and Volkswagen cars, Dogus Otomotiv, may revise its sales targets for 2014 because borrowing curbs and political tensions could deter buyers, its chief executive told Reuters. Dogus expects sales of above 6 billion lira ($2.9 billion) in 2014, in line with this year, Chief ...


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