FRANKFURT, Jan 26 (Reuters) - BMW's revenue rose by 5 percent to a record 49 billion euros ($63.6 billion) in 2006, it said on Friday, reaffirming that its 2006 pretax earnings would hit 4 billion euros. BMW had already announced that 2006 unit sales rose 3.5 percent to just over 1.37 million BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce cars, keeping it the world's largest premium carmaker. It reiterated comments from its marketing chief at the Detroit car show earlier this month that it would sell more ...
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