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Audi Continues To Recover
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The dispute settled in the largest single market is causing Audi's numbers to continue to rise. After seven months, however, the VW subsidiary is still in the red.

In July, Audi confirmed the upward trend seen in June. With 154,600 vehicles sold worldwide, deliveries rose by 3.5 percent and even gave the VW subsidiary from Ingolstadt the highest July sales in the company's history, to which the latest SUV Q2 and the A5 family made a particular contribution, as Audi announced.

"With globally balanced growth, we made a successful start to the second half of the year in July," said Sales Director Dietmar Voggenreiter, Member of the Board of Management for Sales and Marketing at AUDI AG once again clearly on growth. And we are feeling the thrust of our successful new models in more and more markets."

Hope through China and the USA

In particular, the dispute with dealers in China that was settled in May is causing an upward trend that had already become apparent in the previous month. With 51,235 customers, Audi reported growth of more than 10.3 percent in the largest single market, but was still in the red with 306,020 sales over the course of the year with 9.1 percent.

The course of the year in China also affects the total numbers. Here, too, the Ingolstadt-based company is still lagging behind with 1,063,550 units sold by 3.6 percent. In its home market, too, the brand with the four rings was down 3.8 percent in July with 24,546 new registrations, but with 190,700 units after seven months with growth of 0.3 percent, it confirms the previous year's result.

Things are going better in the USA. 18,824 automobiles sold in July meant a jump of 2.5 percent. In the course of the year, Audi sold 121,795 vehicles to men and women in the United States, 5.6 percent more than in the same period last year. (AG / TF)

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