FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - Germany's BMW may start building more cars in the United States, the head of the group's sales and marketing told a newspaper on Friday, a move that would reduce the firm's exposure to currency fluctuations. BMW currently produces around 150,000 Z4 roadster and X5 sports utility vehicles each year at its plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where it has invested almost $2 billion since it broke ground at the facility over a decade ago. "I can imagine us ...
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