UPDATE 2-BMW, Mercedes plan to keep Christmas break short


* BMW says most factories to shut for only one week * Daimler powertrain plants to close for only a week * Carmakers catching up with pent-up demand * Audi sticking with normal two-week break * BMW says capacity utilisation significantly above 110 pct (Recasts, adds details on Mercedes-Benz, Audi) FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - The factories of carmakers BMW and Mercedes-Benz will keep customary shutdowns around the Christmas holidays to a minimum this year to catch up with pent-up ...

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