BMW AG’s second-quarter net profit fell 9.7% to €568 million ($646.7 million) on an 11.7% drop in revenue, which ended the quarter at €10.2 billion ($11.6 billion). Overall vehicle sales for the BMW Group were flat compared with like-2002 at 283,296 units. Revenues from BMW’s automotive operations fell 3.3% to €9.6 billion ($10.9 billion), while profits from motorcycle operations dropped 6.3% to €329 million ($375 million). Earnings from financial services plunged 13.5% to ...

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