BMW AG says its overall group sales, which includes the BMW, Rolls-Royce and Mini brands, set a new record for the year, ending the period at 1,104,916 units, a 4.5% increase over 2002 levels. BMW reports a 4.5% vehicle-sales increase, with the new 5-Series posting positive sales momentum. Despite the volume gains, overall revenue fell 2.1% to €41.5 billion ($52.2 billion), due mostly to the weak U.S. dollar. The auto maker says revenues for the year would have been up 4% had ...

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