FRANKFURT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen AG said on Wednesday it expected overall auto demand in western Europe to improve two to three percent next year. "Overall as far as western Europe is concerned, we see an improvement of two to three percent next year," senior executive Detlef Wittig said on a conference call. VW said earlier its operating profit fell 53 percent in the first nine months due to weak demand, a strong euro and the cost of revamping its ...
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