By Jennifer Laidlaw BRUSSELS, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Belgium's largest car seller D'Ieteren is expected to post lower sales and earnings when it reports its 2002 results before the market opens on Thursday as a slowing car market puts the brakes on profit. Analysts and investors say they will also be eager for news on how the company expects to deal with a potential conflict in Iraq, especially at its car rental subsidiary Avis Europe . Avis has been hit by falling demand for rental cars ...
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