Mini U.S. dealer network to grow; boost sales

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FRANKFURT, June 23 (Reuters) - BMW plans to expand the U.S. dealership network for its cult Mini brand by 17 outlets to a total of 100 over the course of the next 18 months, Mini said late on Monday. "Starting in 2011, our aim is to raise MINI sales by a double-digit percentage compared with last year's total of 54,077 cars delivered and this will correspond with a substantial expansion of our network coverage," Mini USA Vice President Jim McDowell said in a statement. On Monday, ...

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