BMW to boost cost productivity by 5 pct -report


FRANKFURT, April 23 (Reuters) - German carmaker BMW plans to boost cost productivity by five percent a year, BMW production boss Norbert Reithofer told German weekly Automobilwoche. In an interview to be published on Monday, Reithofer said BMW, the world's largest premium carmaker, aimed to bring new models into full production more quickly, through cutting development time and more efficient production processes. "We have come from 60 months (development time) and have just reached our ...

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