FRANKFURT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's premium Audi division reiterated on Friday that it had no plans to shed Spanish carmaker Seat even though Seat fell short of the group's profitability targets. Closing or selling off Seat "is absolutely not being discussed, not only because we can't afford to lose a volume of more than 400,000 vehicles," Audi chief and Seat Chairman Martin Winterkorn said in a statement after a Seat board meeting. "But Seat must also focus all its efforts on ...
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