(Adds share price, background on currency) By Jon Cox ST GALLEN, Switzerland, May 23 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW said on Friday business in North America and Asia was doing well and said its earnings would be unaffected by currency fluctuations this year due to hedging. Chief Executive Helmut Panke also reiterated the Munich-based company aimed to match last year's profits in 2003. "In general, you see North America and Asia as a whole are doing better and that is the same ...
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