SEOUL – BMW is widening its footprint in Korea, where it already is the leading import brand. The German automaker makes three announcements in mid-July: A new $75.5 million Korean Driving Center opens on the same island off Incheon that is home to Incheon International Airport. Its first satellite R&D center in Korea launches, complementing existing facilities in the U.S., Brazil, China and Japan. It signs an agreement with Samsung SDI to expand their cooperative ...

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