* VW exec says mid-sized crossover 'under discussion' * VW exec sees 'modest' recovery in U.S. auto sales this year By David Bailey DETROIT, May 30 (Reuters) - Automakers are expected to report an increase in U.S. new-car sales of 20 percent to 30 percent in May from a year earlier under a "steady solid recovery" in 2012, Volkswagen Group of America's top executive said on Wednesday. New-car sales started strongly the first part of May for the industry, softened during the middle of the ...
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