CAGLIARI, Italy, May 25 (Reuters) - A gloomy home market continues to weigh on German luxury carmaker BMW but it still sees an upswing in the second half of the year, its chief financial officer said. "In Germany there is simply no confidence at the moment," Chief Financial Officer Stefan Krause said in remarks embargoed for release on Sunday. A weak economy in Germany, BMW's key market, has led to a decline in the country's flagship car industry since the middle of 1999. "It's logical ...
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