BMW says '04 revenues up 6.8 pct to 44.3 bln euros

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FRANKFURT, Jan 26 (Reuters) - German premium carmaker BMW posted a 6.8 percent increase in full-year 2004 revenues and confirmed it will report record earnings for the year, the company said on Wednesday. Revenues climbed to 44.34 billion euros ($57.85 billion) from 41.53 billion in the previous year, helped mainly by a 11 percent rise in revenues at its core auto division.

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