DETROIT – BMW AG reports net profits of E632 million ($576 million) in the year’s first quarter, a 3.8% rise over the E609 million ($555 million) earned in the year ago period. The Bavarian auto maker sold 260,462 BMW and Mini passenger vehicles in the quarter, a 17.4% increase over like-2001. Overall revenues for the entire BMW Group – which includes motorcycle and financial services operations – rose 14% to E10.76 billion ($9.82 billion), credited in part to strong sales for the Mini ...

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