BMW AG expects a new product offensive – shown off at the Frankfurt motor show earlier this month – to boost sales in Thailand by more than 30% next year. Sales this year are forecast to total no more than 3,000 vehicles. But BMW Group (Thailand) is predicting the addition of several new models will help increase deliveries to 4,000 units next year, according to local press reports. BMW Thailand sold 4,000 cars in 2002, as well. Among new BMWs destined for Thailand next year are the ...

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