NEW DELHI – German luxury car maker BMW AG is getting ready to take a full swing at the Indian market. Within three years, BMW says it will bring its Mini small-car brand to the country, for the first time making every vehicle in its lineup available here. “We see a market potential in India,” says Klaus Berning, BMW vice president-Asia/Pacific, Africa and East Europe. “Mini is our most important product for India. We will complete the BMW lineup here with the Mini by 2009.” Wholly ...

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