FRANKFURT, March 20 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW said on Thursday it expected to increase the number of popular Mini hatchbacks it builds at its plant in Oxford, England by around 10 percent over the next few years. "It is something that will be done gradually," BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke told analysts in a conference call. "We are not looking at another facility to build Minis. Oxford is its home, and we have some good ideas to increase volume production there step by ...
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