WARSAW, June 30 (Reuters) - German luxury car maker BMW is considering building a factory in Poland, business tabloid Puls Biznesu reported on Wednesday. "Our headquarters are holding talks about building a factory in southern Poland," Puls quoted BMW's Poland chief Erich Papke as saying. Papke was reported as saying that many of BMW's factories in Europe were already running at full potential and the group could boost sales if its capacity was increased. BMW may also launch a banking ...
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