Autoglass owner D'Ieteren sees profits falling 10-15 pct


BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - D'Ieteren, the Belgian owner of Autoglass, expects the tough economic climate to shrink its profits by up to 15 percent, following of a decline of one fifth last year when mild weather meant fewer car windows cracked. The firm, which is also Belgium's biggest car retailer, said its full-year pretax profit was 233.6 million euros ($305.38 million) compared with 297.3 million last year. Its full-year sales were 5.5 million euros, ...


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