(Adds quotes, details) By Tamora Vidaillet BEIJING, May 17 (Reuters) - Audi, the luxury arm of German carmaker Volkswagen , aims to boost sales in China to 80,000 cars this year from 63,000 in 2003 and expects the market to keep growing, senior Audi executives said on Monday. Sales in China by Audi, which has been struggling to expand profits worldwide, jumped 28 percent in the first four months of this year to 22,601 cars, a portent of further success, they told reporters. The auto ...
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