BMW’s U.K. engine plant builds its 3 millionth engine, a 1.6L, 4-cyl. gasoline mill shipped to the auto maker’s Mini plant in Oxford, England, for a car to be exported to the emerging Indian market. More than 80% of the Minis produced in the Hams Hall plant near Birmingham, England, are destined for overseas markets, and more than 1.6 million have been exported since the car was re-launched in 2001. Mini made its debut in the premium-small-car segment earlier this year in ...

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