D'Ieteren reiterates 2004 higher earnings forecast

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BRUSSELS, May 27 (Reuters) - D'Ieteren , Belgium's largest auto retailer, on Thursday reiterated its slightly higher earnings forecast for the year as well as a market share target of nearly 19 percent. In a statement released ahead of its annual shareholders meeting, D'Ieteren said it expected its consolidated current earnings after taxes and before amortisation of consolidation differences to be slightly better than last year's. In 2003 net current profit, which comprises earnings ...

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