BMW AG says it plans to increase annual sales in Asian markets to 150,000 units in 2008 from last-year’s total of 93,000 units. BMW’s sales in Asia for the first four months of the year have totaled 29,799, compared with 25,387 deliveries in like-2003, a 17.4% increase. BMW’s Malaysian unit says in a statement that growth was particularly strong in China. In the year’s first four month, sales of BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce vehicles in China rose 41.4% to 8,580 units. BMW Last year ranked ...
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