A Rolls-Royce mascot known as 'Spirit of Ecstasy' stands on the front of a Rolls-Royce Ghost in a showroom in Singapore October 8, 2013. The top-end car maker still sees untapped potential in China - ... more 
A Rolls-Royce mascot known as 'Spirit of Ecstasy' stands on the front of a Rolls-Royce Ghost in a showroom in Singapore October 8, 2013. The top-end car maker still sees untapped potential in China - its No. 2 market after the U.S. - but hot spots in Asia include Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, its Chief Executive Officer Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes said. Mueller-Oetvoes said he was "cautiously optimistic" about this year, repeating forecasts that global sales will beat last year's record of 3,575 cars and top the 4,000 mark next year. To match Interview AUTOS-ROLLSROYCE/CEO REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (SINGAPORE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) less 
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Tue, Oct 8, 2013 3:12 AM EDT