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Rolls Royce Looking to Open Dealership in Burma

13 January 2014

Luxury car maker Rolls Royce is looking at entering the growing Burmese car market, Reuters reports. The newswire quoted Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes, chief executive of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars—the British-based firm that was bought by Germany’s BMW in 1998—saying the company expected to open eight new dealerships worldwide in 2014, including one in Burma. “Sales in China jumped 11 percent last year to match those in the United States for the first time and the company is eying new markets this year including Myanmar,” Reuters said. “Jaguar Land Rover, another British-based luxury car maker, owned by India’s Tata Motors, is also looking at entering Myanmar.”