BMW first-half profits double

August 2001
Automotive News;8/13/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5943, p40
Trade Publication
Presents news items concerning the automobile industry as of August 13, 2001. Improvement of financial performance of BMW AG after the dumping of the Rover Group; Plan of Siemens AG to sell most of its Sachs auto components unit to German supplier ZF Friedrichshafen; General Motors' contemplation of additional plant closures in Europe.


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