GENEVA – A change in BMW AG’s top management won’t alter the way the auto maker operates, says incoming Chairman Helmut Panke. Panke says BMW will focus its efforts on gaining share of the global luxury vehicle market while expanding the company’s presence in Asia. Panke tells Ward’s his tenure at the helm of BMW will be marked by further internationalization of the company’s operations. While many Asian economies have suffered a state of decline in recent years, Panke says he’s confident ...
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