BRUSSELS, May 26 (Reuters) - Belgian car distributor D'Ieteren said on Thursday it stuck to its guidance of 2005 net current profit to be broadly in line with 2004 results. D'Ieteren said in a statement it also cut its forecast of 2005 new car registrations for the total Belgian market to 470,000, of which it would get a close to 19 percent market share. The car retailer said its Belron glass repair unit had a strong start to 2005, particularly in continental Europe. "The recent ...
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