UPDATE 2-BMW keeps goals even as weak dollar dents sales

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(Adds details on share reaction, analyst comments on outlook) By Paul Hoskins FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Luxury carmaker BMW posted a slip in 2003 sales on Tuesday as the weak dollar dented revenues, but the fall was less than some had expected and shares in the German firm rose as it stuck to its profit goal. "Group earnings for 2003 will match the previous year's level," BMW boss Helmut Panke said in a letter to shareholders, repeating the company's target for the year just ended. ...

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