PARIS, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Luxury German carmaker BMW said on Thursday it expected its unit sales for the first nine months of the year to rise to 800,000 vehicles and the company had raised its target for Mini sales this year. BMW chief executive Helmut Panke told Reuters in an interview the carmaker would post a five percent rise in BMW brand sales for the first nine months of the year against the backdrop of depressed global car markets. Total unit sales would rise 19 percent, ...
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