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Audi will continue to spend despite slump

Audi has vowed to keep its Irish marketing spend steady, despite a dramatic slump in new car sales in the first weeks of the year. The luxury carmaker, which has increased its market share in the past year and whose A4 model entered the top ten car m

24th January, 2009

Audi has vowed to keep its Irish marketing spend steady, despite a dramatic slump in new car sales in the first weeks of the year. The luxury carmaker, which has increased its market share in the past year and whose A4 model entered the top ten car models last year, is cautiously optimistic for the year ahead, which is its 100th year in business.

‘‘The motor industry is obviously in difficulty, with the total market...

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