MOSCOW (Reuters) Aug 26 -- BMW , the world's largest premium car maker, can still maintain the 40 percent annual growth rate in Russia this year but volume increases will decelerate starting 2009. "Under (favourable) circumstances we can still achieve the growth rate in recent years of 40 percent this year but we will not grow so rapidly in 2009 ," said Christian Kremer, president BMW Group Russia, adding sales could certainly rise 20 percent next year. In the first seven months of 2008, ...
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