BMW


Substantial growth in Germany and China did not compensate

13/08/19 -"China, the USA and Germany are BMW’s single largest markets. These accounted for 28%, 14% and 13%, respectively, of the group’s deliveries from January through July 2019. Although two of these ..."

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13/08/19
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