UPDATE 1-Geely's Volvo sees challenging 2013 after 2012 sales drop


* Full-year 2012 sales fall 6.1 pct * Sees fierce competition also in 2013 * Sees continued headwinds on margins, growth (Adds quotes, background) STOCKHOLM, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Swedish car maker Volvo, owned by Chinese group Geely, said on Monday its sales fell 6.1 percent last year, including double digit drops in China and Sweden and a small rise in the United States, and expected a tough 2013. Volvo is the biggest Chinese ...

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