MUNICH, July 26 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's luxury brand Audi reaffirmed its 2004 forecast for flat profits despite rising car sales and revenues, Audi Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn said on Monday. "We'll finish the year better in terms of both vehicle sales and revenues," Winterkorn said on the sidelines of a conference in Munich. Earnings would be stagnant as previously forecasted, he added.
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