GENEVA — BMW AG remains committed to the Rover Group and is not looking to sell it to another automaker, says Joachim Milberg, new chairman of the BMW AG board of management. Milberg says BMW will take a more active role in Rover, including integrating Rover functions into BMW to avoid any duplicating of tasks. “Now operating via Group functions, BMW's board of management has direct unrestricted access to Rover,” Milberg says. The automaker is looking to strengthen its market position ...
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