BANGKOK — BMW Thailand says it is on track to sell 3,000 cars this year, based on a healthy sales performance to date. Sales for the year’s first 10 months were up by 35% from the year-ago period, compared with overall growth in the local car market of 11%, BMW officials reportedly say. Sales in October were up 42% year-on-year, confirming that BMW’s business in Thailand remains intact despite the economic uncertainty. BMW Thailand delivered 2,635 cars to customers in the first 10 ...
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