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BERLIN (Reuters) -The families that control German automaker Volkswagen will receive 391 million euros ($425 million) in dividends for 2022 from their holding company Porsche SE, the company said on Thursday. Porsche SE proposed a dividend of 2.56 euros per preferred share and 2.554 euros per ordinary share and said dividends would increase once targets to cut debt have been met. The Porsche and Piech families behind the unlisted holding company Porsche SE are the most powerful voice in Europe's top carmaker Volkswagen and the newly-listed Porsche AG via a complex cross-holding structure.
Porsche posted record sales in its first year as a listed company as the ultra-rich splashed out on its sports cars despite higher price tags.