Continental doesn't rule out further major acquisition -CFO


BERLIN, May 6 (Reuters) - German auto parts and tyre maker Continental would be able to shoulder another multi-billion euro acquisition in the next 18 months, finance chief Wolfgang Schaefer told Reuters. Hanover-based Continental bought U.S. rubber company Veyance Technologies for 1.4 billion euros in February. The company has enough liquidity to handle such a deal but is not ruling out a bond issue later this year, the CFO said in an interview on Tuesday. ...


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