Bid target Continental keeps FY targets on solid Q2


FRANKFURT, July 31 (Reuters) - Germany's Continental , target of a hostile takeover bid, posted quarterly operating profit that met expectations and reaffirmed its 2008 targets on Thursday. "We are expecting to post sales exceeding 26.4 billion euros ($41.15 billion) as planned, although that target will be more difficult to achieve, especially in light of the significant cuts in production in the USA," said Continental Chief Executive Manfred Wennemer in a statement. Reported earnings ...

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