BMW AG may build more vehicles in the U.S. to lessen harm from a strong euro, a company official tells a German newspaper. Michael Ganal, head of BMW’s sales and marketing, says in the Financial Times Deutschland that the German auto maker may build more vehicles at its Spartanburg, SC, plant in “the long-term.” The plant, which accounts for 13% of BMW’s global output, produces the Z4 roadster and X5 SUV. Current output is about 150,000 units annually. BMW already has permission to ...

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