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Volkswagen AG sees record third-quarter profit increase


The German automaker, the largest auto company in Europe and the second biggest carmaker in the world has exceeded expectations when it comes to its financial results for the third-quarter. The company managed to secure a higher than expected operating profit during the July to September period, buoyed by European and Chinese demand for the premium and luxury Audi and Porsche ...
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