FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - Car orders at Volkswagen have risen in the year to date, Europe's largest carmaker said on Friday. "Overall for the Volkswagen group ... in the first four months we have higher order intakes compared to last year and also higher intakes than our overall expectations," Stefan Jacoby, Volkswagen's head of sales and marketing, said during a conference call, without being more specific.
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