China May Surpass U.S. as Top Market: BMW's Engel

July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Karsten Engel, head of BMW's China unit, talks about the automaker's business outlook and growth strategy in the country. BMW, the world’s largest premium automaker, said China will probably surpass the U.S. as its top national market in 2013 as the brand enters more communities and wins buyers withthe 5-Series sedan. Engel spoke with Bloomberg's Christine Hah in Beijing yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

Will the Bank of Japan Act as the Yen Soars?
15:15 - Jesper Koll, chief executive officer at WisdomTree Japan, discusses the soaring yen, the Bank of Japan's next move and the upcoming tax hike. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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