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The company's domestic sales for 2011 stood at 38,651 and 74,350 in exports including CKD, totaling 113,001, a 38.2 percent growth year-on-year, which is the highest in the auto industry.
Sales at European locations open a year or more are seen up 3% to 4% year-on-year in June.
Figures published last week also suggested that 220,000 UK and EU students would be unable to attain places this autumn following a 1.4% year-on-year increase in demand for university places as of the end of June.
Average hourly wages for permanent employees decelerated again to 2% year-on-year, the slowest since last October, from 2.2% in May.
On a year-on-year basis, the index rose 11.13%, the pace slowing from the previous week's 11.58%.
China, the world's largest cotton consumer, reported a 32% year-on-year drop in its cotton imports in June, confirming market fears over weak demand.
Core inflation rose by 2.3%, its slowest year-on-year pace since 2000, seriously reducing the urgency for higher interest rates, economists said.
While that is a slowing from the 5.2% year-on-year growth seen in the January-to-May period, it is still above Europe's broadly anemic rate of consumer spending.
Adjusted for currency and hedging, sales were up 27% year-on-year, the company said.
Ericsson's networks unit was its strongest performer, with sales up 31% year-on-year, as demand from telecom operators for mobile-broadband services surged, driven by the increasing popularity of smartphones, such as Apple Inc.'s iPhone.
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