CHINA: BMW sales continue to surge
By Chris Wright | 7 January 2013
Despite an overall slowdown of the Chinese new car market in 2012, BMW Brilliance sold more than 127,000 units in the first 11 months of the year, up nearly 50% over the previous year, the fastest growth rate in the country's Chinese premium market.
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