LONDON, June 26 (Reuters) - British bus and train group Arriva said on Thursday the outlook for this year remained positive as it forecast revenues and earnings for both the first half and full year would be in line with its expectations. The company, which runs over 13,000 buses and trains across the UK and Europe, said revenue will increase by more than 50 percent for the first six months. Arriva expects significant earnings growth for the first half and full year as it achieved strong ...
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