Volkswagen- repeats new Golf sales target


FRANKFURT, July 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen on Friday repeated it expected to sell around 600,000 of its new Golf car this year. "Golf deliveries were some 320,000 units, of which the new Golf V accounted for some 250,000 units, that is an increase of plus 10 percent versus the Golf hatchback sales last year," said Detlef Wittig, member of the management board, Volkswagen Brand. "We are continuing to market aroound 600,000 Golfs this year. Earlier in the day, Europe's largest carmaker ...

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