FRANKFURT, May 21 (Reuters) - Global vehicle sales of the Volkswagen brand rose 10.3 percent last month to 335,000 units, parent VW said on Wednesday after growth beat its earlier estimate of a 5.9 percent gain it forecast on April 21. This pushed up the overall rise in VW brand sales during the first four months to 8.8 percent, with volumes growing to 1.25 million. Demand was strong in particular in Brazil, China and Germany, the three markets that together accounted for half of all VW ...
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