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Volkswagen AG is seeking a valuation below the top-end goal as it looks to raise as much as 9.4 billion euros ($9.41 billion) from the initial public offering of its iconic sports-car maker Porsche AG. Cristoph Rauwald reports on Bloomberg Television.