CAREFREE, AZ – BMW AG may divert vehicle shipments of German-built models to more profitable markets if the already-weakened U.S. dollar’s erosion continues, says Tom Purves, chairman and CEO of BMW of North America LLC. BMWNA is poised for new volume records in the U.S. this year and next, says Purves, but that could change if the dollar plunges further. A reduction in allocation would put those volumes in jeopardy. But he stresses this is only a possible scenario, and no decisions have ...

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