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November sales: Group sales for VW go up 4.3%


Boosted by strong growth in China, where sales increased 16.7 %, Volkswagen said on Friday its group vehicle sales rose 4.3 % in November, while worldwide deliveries grew 4.7 % from January to November. In total, 8.68 (January–November 2012: 8.29) million vehicles were handed over to customers. The Group delivered 828,600 (November 2012: 794,300; +4.3 %) units in November. "The Volkswagen Group ...
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