FRANKFURT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW AG expects business to continue to develop positively in the third quarter and sees sales up 8 percent by the end of the quarter, its chief executive said on Thursday. "We expect that we will see a sales rise of 8 percent by the end of the third quarter compared with the first nine months of 2003," BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke told Bloomberg TV in an interview at the Paris car show. "We can already say that the third quarter ...
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