WRAPUP-VW shines amid European carmakers' patchy Q3


By Michael Shields, European Auto Correspondent FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen sprang an earnings surprise on Thursday by improving cash-flow to limit third-quarter losses, but other European carmakers posted patchy numbers for the period. German-American group DaimlerChrysler's flagship Mercedes division saw operating profit fall more than 60 percent in the July-September quarter, and Italian group Fiat's automotive division failed to meet expectations. Rising pressure on ...

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