SHANGHAI, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Luxury auto maker BMW expects its vehicle sales in China to hit 22,000 units this year, its top executive in the country said on Monday, which would translate to a 42 percent jump from 2004. Christoph Stark, BMW's China Chief Executive, said the forecast included imports. Last year, BMW posted a 16 percent fall in vehicle sales in China to 15,480 units, including imports. The German firm makes its luxury sedans in China with local partner Brilliance China ...
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