MUNICH, July 23 (Reuters) - Germany's BMW will build 16,000 of its new 5-series saloons in July and will be churning them out at full capacity by September, keeping it on track for record group sales this year, a senior executive said. "We're very satisfied with the ramp-up. In July we'll build 16,000 and we'll have no problem filling the orders for them," BMW board member responsible for sales and marketing, Michael Ganal, told reporters late on Tuesday in comments embargoed for ...
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