Ducati H1 slips into loss as sales fall 14.6 pct


MILAN, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Italian motorbike maker Ducati slipped into the red in the first half of 2005 from a year ago, losing 3.5 million euros from a net profit of 2.6 million, as sales slid 14.6 percent to 188.1 million euros. In a statement on Thursday, the company said it currently expected a pretax loss of around 2 million euros ($2.41 million) for the full year, adding a more accurate forecast would be possible after third-quarter results in November. It said motorbike sales ...

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