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.
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