(Adds share price rise, background) GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Germany's BMW , the world's largest premium carmaker, is confident it will post solid financial results in the current year, its chief executive told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday. Shares in the company were 2.3 percent higher at 40.92 euros by 1316 GMT, making them the best performers on the German blue-chip DAX index, which was 0.3 percent lower. "We have a comparable situation as we did have in 2005. The exchange ...
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