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Europe's largest car manufacturer VW continued to increase sales worldwide in August. Deliveries rose by 19.7 percent to 466,300 vehicles.
The car manufacturer Volkswagen sold almost 20 percent more VW brand vehicles in August than a year ago. The Wolfsburg's sales rose by 19.7 percent to 466,300 cars, as the company announced on Tuesday.
From January to August sales increased by 11.5 percent to 3.72 million cars. On the troubled Western European market excluding Germany, however, sales fell by 5.3 percent from January to August.
VW in China with a plus of 16.3 percent
On the home market of Germany, it rose slightly by 1.6 percent year-on-year to over 401,000 vehicles. Above all, China with an increase of 16.3 percent (1.32 million units) and the USA with an increase of 37.6 percent kept sales high over the course of the year.
Despite the significant gains, Group Sales Director Christian Klingler was cautious with regard to the coming months. "However, the persistently difficult market environment in Western Europe still requires our full attention," said the manager. As recently as the previous week, there had been speculation that VW would have to cut its production plans for this year due to the sales crisis in Europe. The group itself had only spoken of "minor adjustments". (AG / dpa)
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