BMW AG expects to report record sales of E37.85 billion ($32.63 billion) in 2001, a 7.1% increase over 2000. The company, which announces official financial results in March, says it expects to report sales of E33.51 billion ($28.89 billion) from its automobile unit, a 13.1% increase over the year-ago period. The German auto maker says it sold 905,657 BMW and Mini brand cars and 95,327 BMW motorcycles in the year, both of which are new records. In his annual letter to shareholders, ...
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