BMW AG says it plans to increase global light vehicle sales 40% over the next six years to 1.4 million units. BMW's says redesigned 7-Series sedan were up 45% on year-to-date basis While the company still sees tremendous growth potential in mature markets such as the U.S. and Western Europe, it also plans to boost sales significantly in emerging markets, including Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe. “The company has set its sights on annual sales of 1.4 million light vehicles ...

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