LONDON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Italy's legend motorcyles maker Ducati still expects 2003 revenues equivalent to last year's, at constant exchange rates, and a full-year profit, but a strong euro remains a concern, Ducati's chief financial officer said on Thursday. "Our market is recovering in terms of volumes but there are particular economic issues, like the strength of the euro, which of course has a major impact on Ducati," Enrico D'Onofrio told Reuters on the sidelines of an Italian Stock ...
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