VIENNA – BMW AG plans to increase production at its Leipzig, Germany, plant in September from 600 to 730 vehicles per day due to increased demand for the 1-Series and the launch of the X1 compact cross/utility vehicle, plant manager Manfred Erlacher tells local newspaper Leipziger Volkszeitung. The facility, which makes all three body versions of the 1-Series as well as the 3-Series sedan, reduced production to 400 cars a day and cut 600 temporary workers some months ago. Leipzig ...

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