BMW AG is revisiting its once-aborted plan to set up a production base in India. The auto maker is looking at increasing representation across India by appointing more exclusive import distributors as well as studying the feasibility of setting up a manufacturing unit, a Dubai-based BMW spokesperson says in a published report. The change of heart was inspired by the evolving local market and more relaxed national investment requirements. The models for local assembly would be decided ...
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