(Adds background, detail) FRANKFURT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - German carmaker BMW said on Thursday its revenues rose 10 percent in 2002, but it sounded a note of caution on the impact of a war in Iraq. "The BMW Group forecasts that more dynamic economic growth will not be seen until the second half of the year at the earliest," it said in a statement. "The effects on business of the current tense global political situation remain incalculable." BMW said sales rose 9.9 percent to 42.28 ...
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