BMW AG plans to formally enter the Indian market as part of its international market strategy by establishing a production and sales subsidiary. The German auto maker says it will build an assembly plant in Chennai in southern India and expand its dealership network to all metropolitan centers of the country. “The Indian automobile market offers significant growth potential in the long term,” BMW Chairman Helmut Panke says in a statement. “With our increased presence there, we will be ...

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