UPDATE 1-VW sees no 2004 sales record without better market


(Adds VW comment, clarifies remarks, adds shares) FRANKFURT, June 26 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen AG , expects to sell more cars in 2004 but record sales would require the support of a better auto market, a VW management board member was quoted as saying on Thursday. "We will be able to improve in 2004. But we will only be able to achieve a record year with the support of a better market," VW Chief Financial Officer-designate Hans-Dieter Poetsch was quoted as saying ...

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