SHANGHAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - BMW 's China partner has secured a deal to export 3,000 of its self-developed Zhonghua sedans to Europe, marking its first entry into the continent. Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. said in a statement seen on Monday that a unit had signed an agreement with German auto trading firm HSO for the exports. The Hong Kong-listed shares of Brilliance China had dropped nearly 5 percent on Monday morning, lagging a 0.14 percent drop in the benchmark Hang ...
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