(Adds detail, background, share) VALENCIA, Spain, Jan 31 (Reuters) - German premium carmaker BMW expects the relaunch of its 3-Series will lead to an increase in deliveries of its best-selling model in 2005, the company said on Sunday in remarks embargoed for Monday. "We will end the year 2005 with more 3-Series sold than in the previous year," Chief Executive Helmut Panke told reporters in Valencia during the premiere of the new revamped saloon. He said the group aimed to sell roughly ...
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