BMW AG once again set new financial and vehicle sales records during 2002. The German auto maker posts all-time-high revenues of €42.3 billion ($45.5 billion) during the year, a 9.9% increase over the €38.5 billion ($41.4 billion) reported in 2001. Revenues from automotive operations ended the year at €38.2 billion ($41.1 billion), an increase of 13.8%, while revenues from BMW’s motorcycle and financial services operations rose 6.7% and 9.3%, respectively. BMW has yet to report earnings ...
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