VW sticks with 2013 outlook after H1 earnings drop

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BERLIN, July 30 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen said on Tuesday it still aimed for flat operating profit this year after first-half earnings fell 11.6 percent to 5.78 billion euros ($7.66 billion). Europe's largest automotive group reaffirmed its goal to increase deliveries to a new record this year, though it said the company was not "completely immune" to weakening demand in key auto markets. ($1 = 0.7547 euros) (Reporting by Andreas Cremer; Editing by ...

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