(Adds background, details, share price) FRANKFURT, Jan 25 (Reuters) - BMW's revenue rose 5.2 percent to a record 46.66 billion euros ($57.29 billion) in 2005, the world's biggest premium carmaker said on Wednesday, reaffirming 2005 earnings would be around the same as in 2004. Increased sales volume and efficiency gains had largely offset unfavourable exchange rates, high raw material prices and intense competition last year, it said. It added: "For the financial year 2005 we will ...
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