FRANKFURT, Dec 21 (Reuters) - BMW , the world's biggest premium carmaker, will achieve its 2005 target for holding pretax profit roughly steady, Chief Executive Helmut Panke told the WirtschaftsWoche magazine. "I can reveal this much about earnings: We will look a lot better than most of our rivals and will achieve the targets we have communicated," he was quoted as saying.
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