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GERMANY
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November 19, 2006
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim plays during the presentation of the Award...
Berlin, Germany
Conductor and pianist Barenboim plays in Berlin
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim plays during the presentation of the Award for Understanding and Tolerance to him and former BMW CEO Helmut Panke at the Jewish Museum in Berlin November 18, 2006. Barenboim on Saturday received the award for his contribution to improve the international understanding between Israelis and Palestinians while Panke, the former CEO of Germany's carmaker Bayerische Motorenwerke BMW, was awarded for supporting various youth projects against xenophobia and violence. REUTERS/Miguel Villagran/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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November 19, 2006
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim plays together with Nabil Schehata, solo...
Berlin, Germany
Conductor and pianist Barenboim plays together with double bassist Schehata in Berlin
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim plays together with Nabil Schehata, solo double bassist of Berlin's Philharmonic Orchestra, during the presentation of the Award for Understanding and Tolerance to him and former BMW CEO Helmut Panke at the Jewish Museum in Berlin November 18, 2006. Barenboim on Saturday received the award for his contribution to improve the international understanding between Israelis and Palestinians while Panke, the former CEO of Germany's carmaker Bayerische Motorenwerke BMW, was awarded for supporting various youth projects against xenophobia and violence. REUTERS/Miguel Villagran/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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November 19, 2006
Daniel Barenboim (2nd L), Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist, poses with former BMW CEO Helmut...
Berlin, Germany
Conductor and pianist Barenboim poses with former German President von Weizsaecker, German Chancellor...
Daniel Barenboim (2nd L), Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist, poses with former BMW CEO Helmut Panke (2nd R), former German President Richard von Weizsaecker (L) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the presentation of the Award for Understanding and Tolerance to him and Panke at the Jewish Museum in Berlin November 18, 2006. Barenboim on Saturday received the award for his contribution to improve the international understanding between Israelis and Palestinians while Panke, the former CEO of Germany's carmaker Bayerische Motorenwerke BMW, was awarded for supporting various youth projects against xenophobia and violence. REUTERS/Miguel Villagran/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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November 19, 2006
Daniel Barenboim (C), Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist, poses with W. Michael Blumenthal...
Berlin, Germany
Conductor and pianist Barenboim poses with former German President von Weizsaecker and director of the...
Daniel Barenboim (C), Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist, poses with W. Michael Blumenthal (R), director of the Jewish Museum Berlin, and former German President Richard von Weizsaecker during the presentation of the Award for Understanding and Tolerance to him and former BMW CEO Helmut Panke at the Jewish Museum in Berlin November 18, 2006. Barenboim on Saturday received the award for his contribution to improve the international understanding between Israelis and Palestinians while Panke, the former CEO of Germany's carmaker Bayerische Motorenwerke BMW, was awarded for supporting various youth projects against xenophobia and violence. REUTERS/Miguel Villagran/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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November 19, 2006
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim (R) acknowledges applause together with...
Berlin, Germany
Israli conductor and pianist Barenboim acknowledges applause together with double bassist Schehata in...
Argentine-born Israeli conductor and pianist Daniel Barenboim (R) acknowledges applause together with Nabil Schehata, solo double bassist of Berlin's Philharmonic Orchestra, during the presentation of the Award for Understanding and Tolerance to him and former BMW CEO Helmut Panke at the Jewish Museum in Berlin November 18, 2006. Barenboim on Saturday received the award for his contribution to improve the international understanding between Israelis and Palestinians while Panke, the former CEO of Germany's carmaker Bayerische Motorenwerke BMW, was awarded for supporting various youth projects against xenophobia and violence. REUTERS/Miguel Villagran/Pool (GERMANY)
GERMANY
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July 20, 2006
Norbert Reithofer (L) and Helmut Panke address media in Munich July 20, 2006. BMW, the world's biggest...
Munich, Germany
Reithofer and Panke address media in Munich
Norbert Reithofer (L) and Helmut Panke address media in Munich July 20, 2006. BMW, the world's biggest premium car maker, has appointed Reithofer as its new chief executive, with effect from September 1, 2006, the company's supervisory board said on Thursday. Reithofer will succeed Panke whose contract expires in May 2007. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
BRITAIN
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July 18, 2006
Chairman of BMW AG Helmut Panke speaks at the world premier viewing of the new BMW M6 Convertible at...
London, United Kingdom
Chairman of BMW AG Panke speaks at British International Motor Show London
Chairman of BMW AG Helmut Panke speaks at the world premier viewing of the new BMW M6 Convertible at the British International Motor Show in London July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
FINANCIAL UBS
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April 19, 2006
UBS board members (L-R) Helmut Panke, Ernesto Bertarelli and Rolf A. Meyer attend the annual shareholders...
Basel, Switzerland
UBS board members attend the annual sharholder meeting in Basel
UBS board members (L-R) Helmut Panke, Ernesto Bertarelli and Rolf A. Meyer attend the annual shareholders meeting of the Swiss bank in Basel, Switzerland, April 19, 2006. Bertarelli's wife Kristy (2L) not a board member herself, is pictured at his side. REUTERS/Andreas Meier
GERMANY
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car...
Munich, Germany
Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke poses after the company's annual news conference...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car after the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. BMW's target is to achieve a profit before tax of 4 billion euros ($4.8 billion) in the current financial year at group level, Panke said. The 2005 level was 3.29 billion euros. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car...
Munich, Germany
Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke poses after the company's annual news conference...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car after the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. BMW's target is to achieve a profit before tax of 4 billion euros ($4.8 billion) in the current financial year at group level, Panke said. The 2005 level was 3.29 billion euros. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car...
Munich, Germany
Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke poses after the company's annual news conference...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses next to a BMW Z4 Coupe sports car after the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. BMW's target is to achieve a profit before tax of 4 billion euros ($4.8 billion) in the current financial year at group level, Panke said. The 2005 level was 3.29 billion euros. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
AUTOS BMW
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, gestures during the company's annual news...
Munich, Germany
CEO of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW Panke gestures during the company's annual news conference in Munich...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, gestures during the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
GERMANY
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, gestures during the company's annual news...
Munich, Germany
CEO of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW Panke gestures during the company's annual news conference in Munich...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, gestures during the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
AUTOS BMW
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March 15, 2006
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, addresses the media during the company's...
Munich, Germany
CEO of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses the media during the company's annual news conference...
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of Bavarian luxury carmaker BMW, addresses the media during the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 15, 2006. BMW expects record earnings this year due to lower currency and raw material burdens as well as one-off gains from the sale of Rolls Royce shares. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler
AUTOS SHOW
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October 19, 2005
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke (L), with executive board member Burkhard Goeschel, poses in front of...
Chiba, Japan
BMW Chief Executive Panke poses in front of Mini concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari Messe...
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke (L), with executive board member Burkhard Goeschel, poses in front of the Mini concept car, a compact "picnic" car, at the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 19, 2005. The German carmaker expects sales in Asia to break the 100,000-vehicle mark this year, Panke said at the show. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
AUTOS SHOW
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October 19, 2005
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Tokyo Motor Show at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo,...
Chiba, Japan
BMW Chief Executive Panke speaks at Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Tokyo Motor Show at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 19, 2005. The German carmaker expects sales in Asia to break the 100,000-vehicle mark this year, Panke said at the show. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
AUTOS SHOW
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October 19, 2005
Journalists look at BMW's concept Z4 Coupe car at the Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October...
Chiba, Japan
Journalists look at BMW's concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba
Journalists look at BMW's concept Z4 Coupe car at the Tokyo Motor Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 19, 2005. The German carmaker expects sales in Asia to break the 100,000-vehicle mark this year, Chief Executive Helmut Panke said at the show. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
PANKE
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October 18, 2005
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October .....
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October 18, 2005. [Panke, in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, said that top U.S. carmakers' failures to focus on what consumers really want have resulted in tough financial situations, and that some German and Japanese carmakers have increased their shares in the U.S. market by bringing in difference, quality, reliability, and lower prices.]
PANKE
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October 18, 2005
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Aut.....
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Leaders of automotive industries gather in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held in Makuhari near Tokyo from Saturday.
AUTOS BMW
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October 18, 2005
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke (L) speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW Chief Executive Panke speaks at FCCJ in Tokyo
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke (L) speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Panke, in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, said that top U.S. carmakers' failures to focus on what consumers really want have resulted in tough financial situations, and that some German and Japanese carmakers have increased their shares in the U.S. market by bringing in difference, quality, reliability, and lower prices. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
AUTOS BMW
RTR19MMH
October 18, 2005
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October 18,...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW Chief Executive Panke speaks at FCCJ in Tokyo
BMW Chief Executive Helmut Panke speaks at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Japan in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Panke, in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, said that top U.S. carmakers' failures to focus on what consumers really want have resulted in tough financial situations, and that some German and Japanese carmakers have increased their shares in the U.S. market by bringing in difference, quality, reliability, and lower prices. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
AUTOS SHOW BMW
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October 18, 2005
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW AG Chairman Panke gestures as he delivers keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference...
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Leaders of automotive industries gather in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held in Makuhari near Tokyo from Saturday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
AUTOS SHOW BMW
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October 18, 2005
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW AG Chairman Panke delivers a speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Leaders of automotive industries gather in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held in Makuhari near Tokyo from Saturday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
AUTOS SHOW BMW
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October 18, 2005
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW AG Chairman Panke delivers a speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he delivers a keynote speech at the Tokyo International Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 18, 2005. Leaders of automotive industries gather in Tokyo ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held in Makuhari near Tokyo from Saturday. REUTERS/Issei Kato
KOREA
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October 14, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, makes a speech during a lecture meeting...
Seoul, Korea
Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, makes speech during a lecture meeting in Seoul
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, makes a speech during a lecture meeting titled "Strong brands are built on identity" in Seoul October 14, 2005. Panke arrived in South Korea on Thursday for a two-day visit. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
PANKE
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September 13, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at th.....
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will run until September 25, 2005.
AUTOSHOW
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September 12, 2005
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents new BMW models (L-R) the 1-series 3.0 litres injection, a Z4...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW group CEO Helmut Panke presents new BMW models at the Frankfurt car show.
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents new BMW models (L-R) the 1-series 3.0 litres injection, a Z4 Coupe concept car, a concept hybrid SUV 'X3 Efficient Dynamics' and the new 3-series touring station waggon at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will run until September 25, 2005. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/TC
AUTOSHOW
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September 12, 2005
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents the new 3-series touring station waggon (R) and a concept hybrid...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW group CEO Helmut Panke presents new cars in Frankfurt.
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents the new 3-series touring station waggon (R) and a concept hybrid SUV 'X3 Efficient Dynamics' at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will run until September 25, 2005. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/TC
AUTOSHOW
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September 12, 2005
Helmut Panke (top), the CEO of BMW AG is surrounded by the media as he presents the Z4 Coupe concept...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW group CEO Helmut Panke presents Concept Z4 Coupe in Frankfurt.
Helmut Panke (top), the CEO of BMW AG is surrounded by the media as he presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will last until September 25, 2005. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/TC
AUTOSHOW
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September 12, 2005
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the 61st International Car Show...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW group CEO Helmut Panke presents Concept Z4 Coupe in Frankfurt.
Helmut Panke, the CEO of BMW AG presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will last until September 25, 2005. REUTERS/Alex Grimm WR/TC
AUTOSHOW
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September 12, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents Z4 Coupe concept car in Frankfurt.
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, presents the Z4 Coupe concept car at the 61st International Car Show in Frankfurt September 12, 2005. The world's largest car show will run until September 25, 2005. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/TY
AUTOS BMW LEIPZIG
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May 13, 2005
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke looks...
Leipzig, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke ...
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke looks on at the company's new plant in Leipzig. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) poses in a new 3-Series car as Helmut Panke (L), chief executive officer of German luxury carmaker BMW looks on during the opening ceremony of the company's new plant in Leipzig May 13, 2005. BMW officially opened a new factory in the former communist east Germany on Friday, cementing the European auto sector's drift eastward in search of lower-cost output. BMW decided in 2001 to build the 1.3 billion-euro ($1.67 billion) plant in Leipzig, which started making 3-Series cars in March. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
AUTOS BMW LEIPZIG
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May 13, 2005
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke looks...
Leipzig, Germany
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke ...
German Chancellor Schroeder poses in a new 3-Series car as German luxury carmaker BMW CEO Panke looks at the company's new plant in Leipzig. German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) poses in a new 3-Series car as Helmut Panke (L), chief executive office of German luxury carmaker BMW looks on during the opening ceremony of the company's new plant in Leipzig May 13, 2005. BMW officially opened a new factory in the former communist east Germany on Friday, cementing the European auto sector's drift eastward in search of lower-cost output. BMW decided in 2001 to build the 1.3 billion-euro ($1.67 billion) plant in Leipzig, which started making 3-Series cars in March. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
AUTOS BMW LEIPZIG
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May 13, 2005
Bavarian Prime Minister Stoiber German Chancellor Schroeder state premier of Saxony state Milbradt and...
Leipzig, Germany
Bavarian Prime Minister Stoiber German Chancellor Schroeder state premier of Saxony state Milbradt ......
Bavarian Prime Minister Stoiber German Chancellor Schroeder state premier of Saxony state Milbradt and BMW CEO Panke attend opening ceremony of the company's new plant in Leipzig. Bavarian Prime Minister Edmund Stoiber (L) welcomes German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (2ndR) as Georg Milbradt (C) state premier of Saxony and Helmut Panke, chief executive office of German luxury carmaker BMW (R) watch during the opening ceremony of the company's new plant in Leipzig May 13, 2005. BMW officially opened a new factory in the former communist east Germany on Friday, cementing the European auto sector's drift eastward in search of lower-cost output. BMW decided in 2001 to build the 1.3 billion-euro ($1.67 billion) plant in Leipzig, which started making 3-Series cars in March. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
AUTOS BMW LEIPZIG
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May 13, 2005
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig....
Leipzig, Germany
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in ......
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig. Helmut Panke, chief executive office of German luxury carmaker BMW addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig May 13, 2005. BMW officially opened a new factory in the former communist east Germany on Friday, cementing the European auto sector's drift eastward in search of lower-cost output. BMW decided in 2001 to build the 1.3 billion-euro ($1.67 billion) plant in Leipzig, which started making 3-Series cars in March. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
AUTOS BMW LEIPZIG
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May 13, 2005
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig....
Leipzig, Germany
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in ......
CEO of German luxury carmaker BMW Panke addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig. Helmut Panke, chief executive office of German luxury carmaker BMW addresses a news conference at the company's new plant in Leipzig May 13, 2005. BMW officially opened a new factory in the former communist east Germany on Friday, cementing the European auto sector's drift eastward in search of lower-cost output. BMW decided in 2001 to build the 1.3 billion-euro ($1.67 billion) plant in Leipzig, which started making 3-Series cars in March. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
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March 16, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's...
Munich, Germany
BMW Chief Executive Panke poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich.
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 16, 2005. German premium car maker BMW expects to post record first-quarter car sales figures, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/MAD
GERMANY
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March 16, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's...
Munich, Germany
BMW Chief Executive Panke poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich.
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 16, 2005. German premium car maker BMW expects to post record first-quarter car sales figures, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/MAD
GERMANY
RTR55MP
March 16, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, gives a speech during the company's annual...
Munich, Germany
BMW Chief Executive Panke gives a speech during the company's annual news conference in Munich.
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, gives a speech during the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 16, 2005. German premium car maker BMW expects to post record first-quarter car sales figures, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/MAD
GERMANY
RTR55KZ
March 16, 2005
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's...
Munich, Germany
BMW Chief Executive Panke poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich.
Helmut Panke, Chief Executive of German luxury carmaker BMW, poses for the media before the company's annual news conference in Munich, March 16, 2005. German premium car maker BMW expects to post record first-quarter car sales figures, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/MAD
AUTOS
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April 07, 2004
Dr. Helmut Panke, Chairman of the Board of BMW speaks at the opening breakfast of the New York International...
New York
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE SPEAKS AT OPENING OF THE NEW YORK AUTOMOBILE SHOW.
Dr. Helmut Panke, Chairman of the Board of BMW speaks at the opening breakfast of the New York International Automobile Show in New York on April 7, 2004. The car show will have several world debuts, and is one of the largest shows on the annual list of new car rollouts. REUTERS/Chip East REUTERS CME/SV
AUTOS
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April 07, 2004
Dr. Helmut Panke, chairman of the Board of BMW, speaks at the opening breakfast of the New York International...
New York
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE SPEAKS AT NEW YORK AUTOMOBILE SHOW.
Dr. Helmut Panke, chairman of the Board of BMW, speaks at the opening breakfast of the New York International Automobile Show in New York on April 7, 2004. The car show will have several world debuts, and is one of the largest shows in the annual list of new car rollouts. REUTERS/Chip East CME
GERMANY AUTOS BMW
RTRFEH7
March 17, 2004
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG poses in front of a BMW 645Ci Cabriolet after the...
Munich, Germany - FDR
BMW CEO PANKE POSES IN FRONT OF A BMW 645CI CABRIOLET AFTER ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN MUNICH.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG poses in front of a BMW 645Ci Cabriolet after the annual news conference in Munich, March 17, 2004. BMW said on Wednesday it expects record earnings and vehicle sales in 2004 thanks to a raft of new models launched towards the end of last year. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/JOH/WS
GERMANY AUTOS BMW
RTRFE68
March 17, 2004
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG, addresses the annual news conference in Munich March...
Munich, Germany - FDR
CEO OF GERMAN LUXURY CAR MAKER BMW PANKE ADDRESSES ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN MUNICH.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG, addresses the annual news conference in Munich March 17, 2004. BMW said on Wednesday it expects record earnings and vehicle sales in 2004 thanks to a raft of new models launched towards the end of last year. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/JOH/AA
GERMANY AUTOS BMW
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March 17, 2004
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG, addresses the annual news conference in Munich March...
Munich, Germany - FDR
CEO OF GERMAN LUXURY CAR MAKER BMW PANKE ADDRESSES ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN MUNICH.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German luxury car maker BMW AG, addresses the annual news conference in Munich March 17, 2004. BMW said on Wednesday it expects record earnings and vehicle sales in 2004 thanks to a raft of new models launched towards the end of last year. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler AX/JOH/WS
AUTOS JAPAN
RTR5GJ5
October 22, 2003
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke speaks during a press preview for the Tokyo
Motor Show in Makuhari, east...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW CHAIRMAN PANKE SPEAKS AT TOKYO MOTOR SHOW PRESS PREVIEW IN
MAKUHARI, JAPAN.
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke speaks during a press preview for the Tokyo
Motor Show in Makuhari, east of Tokyo October 22, 2003. The Tokyo Motor Show
opens to the general public October 25. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/FA
RTR5G4D
October 22, 2003
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he poses for photographers before
the 545i car at a press preview...
Japan
BMW CHAIRMAN PANKE GESTURES AS HE POSES WITH THE BMW545I AT TOKYO
MOTOR SHOW IN MAKUHARI, JAPAN.
BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke gestures as he poses for photographers before
the 545i car at a press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show in Makuhari, east of
Tokyo October 22, 2003. The Tokyo Motor Show will open to the general public
on October 25. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/DL
JAPAN
RTR5CLH
October 21, 2003
BMW AG Chairman of the Board of Management Helmut Panke delivers a keynote
speech at a gathering of...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW MANAGEMENT BOARD CHAIRMAN PANKE DELIVERS SPEECH IN TOKYO.
BMW AG Chairman of the Board of Management Helmut Panke delivers a keynote
speech at a gathering of leading automakers at a Tokyo International
Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 21, 2003. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES
JAPAN
RTR5CLC
October 21, 2003
BMW AG Chairman of the Board of Management Helmut Panke makes a point as he
delivers a keynote speech...
Tokyo, Japan
BMW MANAGEMENT BOARD CHAIRMAN PANKE MAKES A POINT IN TOKYO.
BMW AG Chairman of the Board of Management Helmut Panke makes a point as he
delivers a keynote speech at a gathering of leading automakers at a Tokyo
International Automotive Conference in Tokyo October 21, 2003. REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

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MALAYSIA
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September 13, 2003
Chairman and Chief Executive of BMW AG Helmut Panke speaks during the
launching of the construction...
Cyberjaya, Malaysia
CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF BMW SPEAKS IN CYBERJAYA NEAR KUALA
LUMPUR.
Chairman and Chief Executive of BMW AG Helmut Panke speaks during the
launching of the construction of its new headquarters in Cyberjaya, 40
km (25 miles) south of Kuala Lumpur on September 13, 2003. The German
luxury car maker BMW AG expects to sell a record number of cars in 2003
but profits will match last year's level, Panke said on Saturday.
REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad

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PANKE
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September 09, 2003
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW sits in a new 6-series coupe during the so-called media...
Frankfurt, Germany
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW sits in a new 6-series coupe during the so-called m.....
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW sits in a new 6-series coupe during the so-called media day at the International car show IAA in Frankfurt September 9, 2003. BMW on Tuesday also unveiled the new X3 sports utility vehicle car (SUV) and a larger facelifted X5 at the show, its biggest ever new product programme.
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September 09, 2003
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW, sits in a new 6-series
coupe during the media day...
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR
BMW CEO HELMUT PANKE SITS IN A NEW BMW 6-SERIES COUPE AT THE
FRANKFURT CAR SHOW.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW, sits in a new 6-series
coupe during the media day at the International car show IAA in Frankfurt
September 9, 2003. REUTERS/Christian Charisius PP03090047

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MOTORSHOW BMW
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September 09, 2003
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW sits in a new 6-series
coupe during the so-called media...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW CEO HELMUT PANKE SITS IN A NEW BMW 6-SERIES COUPE AT THE
FRANKFURT CAR SHOW.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW sits in a new 6-series
coupe during the so-called media day at the International car show IAA in
Frankfurt September 9, 2003. BMW on Tuesday also unveiled the new X3 sports
utility vehicle car (SUV) and a larger facelifted X5 at the show, its
biggest ever new product programme. REUTERS/Christian Charisius REUTERS

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MOTORSHOW BMW
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September 09, 2003
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW looks out of a new 6-series
coupe during the so-called...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW CEO HELMUT PANKE LOOKS OUT OF THE NEW BMW 6-SERIES COUPE AT THE
FRANKFURT CAR SHOW.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW looks out of a new 6-series
coupe during the so-called media day at the International car show IAA in
Frankfurt September 9, 2003. BMW on Tuesday also unveiled the new X3 sports
utility vehicle car (SUV) and a larger facelifted X5 at the show, its
biggest ever new product programme. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay REUTERS

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MOTORSHOW BMW
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September 09, 2003
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW presents the new BMW X3
sports utility vehicle car...
Frankfurt, Germany
BMW CEO HELMUT PANKE PRESENTS THE NEW BMW X3 SUV CAR AT THE
FRANKFURT CAR SHOW.
Helmut Panke, CEO of German car manufacturer BMW presents the new BMW X3
sports utility vehicle car (SUV) during the so-called media day at the
International car show IAA in Frankfurt September 9, 2003. BMW on Tuesday
also unveiled a new 6-series coupe and a larger facelifted X5 at the show,
its biggest ever new product programme. BMW has an annual capacity for its
new X3 SUV of 60,000 to 70,000 units. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay REUTERS

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AUTOS CHINA BMW
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March 27, 2003
BMW Chairman Helmut Panke delivers a speech after a signing ceremony in
Beijing March 27, 2003. BMW...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE DELIVERS SPEECH AFTER SIGNING CEREMONY IN
BEIJING.
BMW Chairman Helmut Panke delivers a speech after a signing ceremony in
Beijing March 27, 2003. BMW AG signed a deal with Brilliance China
Automotive Holdings on Thursday to produce the German luxury cars in
China, one of the world's fastest-growing car markets. The venture will
make cars at a Brilliance factory in the northeast city of Shenyang,
with production starting in the second half of this year.
REUTERS/Wilson Chu

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AUTOS CHINA BMW
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March 27, 2003
BMW Chairman Helmut Panke gestures during a signing ceremony in Beijing
March 27, 2003. BMW AG signed...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE FLASHES AN OKAY SIGN DURING A SIGNING
CEREMONY IN BEIJING.
BMW Chairman Helmut Panke gestures during a signing ceremony in Beijing
March 27, 2003. BMW AG signed a deal with Brilliance China Automotive
Holdings on Thursday to produce the German luxury cars in China, one of the
world's fastest-growing car markets. The venture will make cars at a
Brilliance factory in the northeast city of Shenyang, with production
starting in the second half of this year. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

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AUTOS CHINA BMW
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March 27, 2003
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE AND WU XIAOAN, CHAIRMAN OF BRILLIANCE CHINA
AUTOMOTIVE HOLDINGS LIMITED, SMILE...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE AND WU XIAOAN, CHAIRMAN OF BRILLIANCE CHINA
AUTOMOTIVE HOLDINGS LIMITED, ......
BMW CHAIRMAN HELMUT PANKE AND WU XIAOAN, CHAIRMAN OF BRILLIANCE CHINA
AUTOMOTIVE HOLDINGS LIMITED, SMILE DURING SIGNING CEREMONY IN BEIJING.

BMW Chairman Helmut Panke (L) and Wu Xiaoan, Chairman of Brilliance China
Automotive Holdings Limited, attend a signing ceremony in Beijing March 27,
2003. BMW AG signed a deal with Brilliance China Automotive Holdings on
Thursday to produce the German luxury cars in China, one of the world's
fastest-growing car markets. The venture will make cars at a Brilliance
factory in the northeast city of Shenyang, with production starting in the
second half of this year. REUTERS/Wilson Chu
GERMANY AUTOS BMW
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March 19, 2003
BMW chief Chief Executiver Helmut Panke gestures during the annual news
conference in Munich March 19,...
Munich, Germany
BMW CHIEF EXECUTIVE PANKE GESTURES DURING ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN
MUNICH.
BMW chief Chief Executiver Helmut Panke gestures during the annual news
conference in Munich March 19, 2003. BMW AG said it would strive to
match last year's profits in 2003 as it grapples with high development
costs but stopped short of giving a precise forecast, citing
uncertainly over Iraq. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

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GERMANY AUTOS BMW
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March 19, 2003
BMW chief Chief Executiver Helmut Panke gestures during the annual news
conference in Munich March 19,...
Munich, Germany
BMW CHIEF EXECUTIVE PANKE GESTURES DURING ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN
MUNICH.
BMW chief Chief Executiver Helmut Panke gestures during the annual news
conference in Munich March 19, 2003. BMW AG said it would strive to
match last year's profits in 2003 as it grapples with high development
costs but stopped short of giving a precise forecast, citing
uncertainly over Iraq. REUTERS/Alexandra Winkler

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