(Adds CEO comment, background) By Nick Tattersall WOLFSBURG, Germany, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest auto maker, Volkswagen AG , unveiled on Monday the latest version of its best-selling Golf, a model it hopes will revive its fortunes and help kick-start a stagnant German car market. VW Chief Executive Bernd Pischetsrieder said the company expected 2004 sales of at least 600,000 of the new cars, which look remarkably similar to the old ones, despite a weak economic environment and ...
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