BMW AG is moving closer to making a decision about bringing its Rover, MG and Mini cars back to the U.S., says Tom Purves, chairman and chief executive of BMW U.S. Holding Corp. A decision could come early next year on whether to bring the new version of the classic Mini to the U.S. The vehicle goes on sale in Europe in 2001 and could come to the U.S. later that year. He says a decision concerning the Rover brand is at least three to four years away. While the new Rover 75 was engineered ...
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