Audi says August sales up 2.9 percent on Chinese demand for compact cars
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BERLIN (Reuters) - Audi
The Volkswagen-owned division on Tuesday said deliveries rose to 132,350 autos last month from 128,647 a year earlier, with eight-month sales up 4.9 percent at 1.23 million.
Sales in China were up 8.8 percent at 49,154 cars, expanding year-to-date registrations in Audi's largest market 6.8 percent to 361,315.
German luxury rival BMW
(Reporting by Andreas Cremer; Editing by Victoria Bryan)
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