PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's biggest maker of premium cars, reaffirmed its 2006 earnings target on Thursday as the company continued to increase unit sales in September. "We're on track to reach our 4 billion euro ($5.1 billion) pretax profit target for 2006," Chief Executive Norbert Reithofer told journalists at the Paris car show. "We've always emphasised that we want to be the most successful premium car maker in terms of volumes in 2006, and first estimates show that ...
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