BMW says weak dollar dents 2003 revenues


FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW said on Tuesday its revenues fell 2.1 percent last year to 41.525 billion euros ($52.26 million) as the weak dollar took its toll on revenues. That was slightly more than the average forecast of analysts who according to Reuters Research had expected a sales number of 41.15 billion euros. Adjusted for the impact of currency fluctuations sale rose more than four percent, BMW said in a letter to shareholders. The Munich-based group ...

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