MUNICH, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Rolls-Royce is sticking to its goal of selling 1,000 Phantom luxury limousines this year even though it had sold only 358 in the first seven months, the head of the BMW division told a newspaper. "We are still well on the way there," Karl-Heinz Kalbfell was quoted on Monday as telling Automobilwoche, noting many customers tend to buy late in the year when bonuses arrive. But he stressed that the division would not sacrifice margin for the sake of sales. "We ...
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