TOKYO, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone Corp said on Thursday it expected to post a special group profit of about 65 billion yen ($608 million) in 2005 after it returns the proxy portion of its employee pension fund to the government. The extraordinary gains would total about 60 billion yen for the parent company only, and be reflected in the business year starting January 2005, it said. In 2002, the latest period for which results are available, Bridgestone posted a ...
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