FRANKFURT, Nov 22 (Reuters) - The weak dollar will not force German luxury carmaker BMW to raise prices in the United States or shift production from Europe to its U.S. plant in South Carolina, its finance chief told a newspaper. Stefan Krause was quoted by Automotive News on Monday as saying the competitive U.S. market would not allow it to increase prices to compensate for the euro's strength against the dollar. "Today the premium segment in the United States is local Americans and ...
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