Dutch car producer Spyker books first profit ever


AMSTERDAM, March 30 (Reuters) - Dutch luxury sports car maker Spyker Cars NV said on Friday it had realised its first net profit since it was founded in 2000. The maker of two-seaters that retail from around 250,000 euros ($333,600) said 2006 net profit was 800,000 euros, with revenue of 36 million euros. Total production in 2006 rose to 94 cars from 48 in the previous year. Total production is expected to increase in 2007 compared to 2006, the company said in a statement. Spykey, ...

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