BOCHUM, Germany, Jan 25 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Continental AG may raise its dividend after 2004 operating profit before restructuring charges rose strongly, Chief Executive Manfred Wennemer said on Tuesday. "We are considering whether we would not have to raise our dividend given our results," he told reporters at an industry conference. Operating profit excluding restructuring charges for its U.S. tyremaking operations clearly surpassed 1 billion euros last year, as ...
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