(new throughout with BMW denial) WARSAW/MUNICH, June 30 (Reuters) - German luxury car maker BMW said on Wednesday it was not involved in any talks to build a car factory in Poland, denying a report in business tabloid Puls Biznesu. Puls quoted Erich Papke, head of the company's Polish operations, as saying BMW was in talks to build a factory in southern Poland but BMW representatives in both Munich and Warsaw denied the report. "At the moment there is no consideration of building a new ...
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