Russia Turmoil Puts BMW Business at Risk, CFO Says


FRANKFURT, March 19 (Reuters) - BMW's finance chief said any worsening of the crisis between Ukraine and Russia, one of its fastest growing markets, would jeopardise the car maker's outlook, while its CEO urged for a diplomatic solution to the conflict. On Tuesday a Ukrainian serviceman was killed in Crimea when a base still held by Kiev came under attack in the main town of Simferopol, the first death on the peninsula from a military clash since Russia seized control three weeks ...


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