BMW sees 2007 productivity rising over 10 percent


FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's largest premium carmaker, expects productivity to improve by more than 10 percent in 2007 after only 5 percent last year, a senior executive told German business daily Handelsblatt. "I am convinced that we will achieve more than 10 percent," BMW production boss Frank-Peter Arndt said in an interview to be published on Thursday. In March, Arndt told Reuters he was aiming for a 10 percent productivity gain on average throughout all plants. By ...

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