By Madeline Chambers, European Auto Correspondent GOTHENBURG, Sweden, June 24 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW AG said on Monday it planned to continue to raise production at its U.S. Spartanburg plant in the long term to keep up with demand in the world's biggest car market. "If I look into the year 2003, production volumes in Spartanburg could be 150,000 units ... That means we have constant growth in the U.S. from a production point of view," Norbert Reithofer, BMW board member ...
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