By Graeme Roberts | 31 October 2013
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Operating profit at Volkswagen unit Skoda Auto fell 34.5% to EUR371m in the January-September period, the VW group said.
Sales fell 4.9% to 524,000 units.
Lower sales, exchanges and new product launches all led to the profit fall, the group said.
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