MUNICH — BMW AG is banking on a slew of new products to help it continue growing during 2001. The German automaker is looking to the launch of the updated 7-series, new Mini and 3-series compact to help it overcome what experts predict will be a dismal sales year. “I am confident that the BMW group will succeed in increasing deliveries, sales and profits throughout the whole of 2001,” says Joachim Milberg, BMW chairman. BMW's earnings for 2000, before tax and interest, increased 69.5% to ...

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