SYDNEY, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Germany's BMW , the world's largest premium carmaker, expects group vehicle sales to rise by more than 9-to-9.5 percent in August, Chief Executive Helmut Panke said on Wednesday. "On a global level we will continue with something in the order of ... nine to nine-and-a-half percent above last year's August," Panke told a briefing in Sydney, referring to year-to-date sales growth. Sales growth in the month of August would be above this level, he said, but did not ...
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