PARIS, Sept 23 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW reiterated its goals for 2004 on Thursday after sales rose in the first nine months of the year. BMW brand sales increased 9 percent to 740,000 units in the nine months through September while group unit sales gained 8 percent to more than 880,000 vehicles, finance chief Stefan Krause told reporters at the Paris car show. September group unit sales grew by at least 10 percent, he added. Krause said he is not worried about raw material ...
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