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BMW considering Mini plant in India if demand justifies it


BMW said on Wednesday it may consider building a plant in India to make Mini vehicles, provided that there is market potential for premium small cars. According to BMW Group India president Philipp von Sahr, the carmaker's first priority in the country was to establish Mini as a brand. "BMW Group has a policy that production follows market. The MINI market ...
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