AUTOSHOW-Pininfarina CEO sees 2007 revs at 1.0 bln euros


PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Italian auto design and niche manufacturer Pininfarina said on Friday it expected revenues to rise by about 50 percent to at least 1.0 billion euros next year after getting a new line of contracts. "We should be around 1.0 billion euros," Chief Executive Andrea Pininfarina told Reuters in an interview at the Paris Auto Show. "This is because of new products in the pipeline." Pininfarina said revenues for 2006 would reach 630-640 million euros. "(2006) was ...

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