Germany’s BMW Group reports its Asian sales rose 13.8% to a record 126,949 units in 2006 from prior-year’s 109,848. The auto maker says sales in the region grew more than in any other part of the world, and it plans to sell 150,000 cars annually in Asia by 2008. “This means we are going to strengthen our presence in individual markets in the years to come,” Michael Ganal, member of the BMW board of management in charge of sales, says. “We will continue our product and market initiatives ...
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