MUMBAI – BMW AG is looking at two big markets in Asia – one is China and the other India. “Right now our focus is on homologation of cars in India. But we are also interested in setting up a production base,” says a BMW spokesman for Middle East operations. BMW plans to assemble cars, including 7-Series, in India. Supporting the idea, Luder Paysen, vice president-Asian sales, says, “India for me is a market where BMW has to be present.” The auto maker plans to set up a plant ...

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