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Policy support needed for expansion, says BMW's Vikram Pawah

The company is expecting double-digit growth in the March quarter, says Pawah

BMW ambassador, Sachin Tendulkar
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Sachin Tendulkar, former cricketer and BMW Group India’s brand ambassador, at the firm’s 11-year celebration

Gireesh Babu Chennai
The Indian arm of German automobile major BMW says it would like to localise more, from the current 50 per cent; however, official policies such as on customs duty and others are a deterrent.
 
The company is expecting double-digit growth in the March quarter, said Vikram Pawah, president, BMW Group India, while launching a skill development initiative in the country. He was speaking at the company's factory in Mahindra World City here, during the 11th year celebration of the facility.
 
The company has started production of a sports utility vehicle (SUV), the BMW X3, from the facility, expected

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First Published: Mar 30 2018 | 5:58 AM IST

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