BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke sees sales in Asia skyrocketing 63% by 2008, following recent momentum in the region. Speaking to a contingent of reporters in Singapore, Panke says BMW is targeting a 10% to 15% growth rate in Asia this year, topping the 95,500 vehicles sold in 2004. BMW chalked up 93,030 Asian deliveries in 2003. He says BMW’s management board is confident 150,000 deliveries are possible by 2008 in Asia, thanks to the strength of new products scheduled for release over the ...
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