Continental says on track to hit 2008 targets


HANOVER, April 25 (Reuters) - The world's fifth-largest automotive parts supplier, Continental , is on course to log another year of record earnings as it streamlines its portfolio and integrates its recently acquired VDO business. "The facts and figures for the first quarter of this year clearly demonstrate that we're right on course for achieving the goals I mentioned for 2008," Chief Executive Manfred Wennemer said in a speech at the company's annual shareholder meeting. Continental ...

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