FRANKFURT, March 23 (Reuters) - Europe's largest carmaker, Volkswagen AG , confirmed a report that vehicle sales in China would grow by 25 to 30 percent this year, in line with the market there. In an interview with German daily Handelsblatt to be published Wednesday, Bernd Leissner, VW president for the Asia-Pacific region, said he expects the Chinese car market to expand by 25 to 30 percent, and VW's sales along with it by roughly the same amount. This means that its absolute growth ...
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