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Volkswagen’s Group Sales Up 5.8% During First Quarter


During the first quarter German automaker Volkswagen Ag sold 2.40 million vehicles, up 5.8% compared to the same period last year. Sales in March increased 7.6% to 929,000 units. The group's brands sold 958,600 units in Europe in the first quarter, up 8.7% from 881,600 sold in 2013 in the same period. In Germany, its home market, the group delivered 282,800 ...
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