LONDON, April 26 (Reuters) - Automakers Volkswagen , Chrysler and Hyundai pulled away from rivals on Thursday, unveiling strong sales and profits driven by growth in the Americas and Asia. Carmakers that rely heavily on European sales, by contrast, are struggling with cut-throat price competition in a dwindling market as government budget cuts, weak wages growth and rising unemployment depress consumers' spending power. Robust sales in North America helped U.S. maker Chrysler Group LLC, ...
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