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Mon, Jul 27 2015

VW's Audi aims to raise China sales with revamped A4

BERLIN, July 27 - Audi hopes that the redesigned top-selling A4 saloon will shore up its fortunes in China where the premium brand is grappling with dwindling sales and a leadership change.

UPDATE 1-Daimler says hacking concerns drive Nokia maps bid

* Daimler CEO says platform could be available to others (Adds details on autonomous driving technology, analyst comment)

UPDATE 1-Audi replaces China chief as sales drop accelerates

* BMW, Mercedes to outpace Audi in China 2014-2020 -IHS (Adds Audi comment and IHS China forecast)

VW's Audi to replace China chief amid accelerating sales decline

BERLIN, July 22 - Volkswagen's Audi division will replace the head of its Chinese operations as the luxury carmaker grapples with an accelerating sales decline in its key market.

Audi reviews China 2015 sales target

HAMBURG/FRANKFURT, July 16 - Volkswagen's premium brand Audi said on Thursday it was reviewing its 2015 target of selling 600,000 cars, the latest sign that a downturn in demand for passenger cars in the world's biggest car market is more severe than automakers expected.

BRIEF-Audi June deliveries up 1.3 pct on European, U.S. growth

* Says June deliveries in Europe up 3.5 percent, in United States up 8.3 percent, in China down 5.8 percent

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UPDATE 1-German auto makers ready offer for HERE as deadline looms-sources

FRANKFURT, June 17 - Germany's premium auto makers BMW Daimler and Audi are preparing an offer for Nokia's maps business, as binding bids are due by end of Thursday, two sources familiar with the process told Reuters.

Germany auto makers ready offer for HERE as deadline looms-sources

FRANKFURT, June 17 - Germany's premium auto makers BMW Daimler and Audi are preparing an offer for Nokia's maps business, as binding bids are due by end of Thursday, two sources familiar with the process told Reuters.

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