TOKYO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's biggest premium car maker, will raise its production capacity at its Shenyang factory in China by 45 percent over the next few months to as many as 44,000 cars a year, a top executive said on Thursday. Speaking at a news conference in Tokyo to discuss BMW's outlook on its Asia-Pacific operations, sales and marketing chief Stefan Krause said BMW would aim to build on its volume growth in China this year after a 37 percent rise in 2007 to more than ...
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