EARNINGS POLL-D'Ieteren 2010 pre-tax profit seen up 48 pct

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* D'Ieteren 2010 results * Due on Monday February 28 at 1800 CET (1700 GMT) * Pre-tax profit seen up 48 pct at 319 million euros ($437 million) BRUSSELS, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Belgium's D'Ieteren, which sells and rents cars and fixes windshields, is expected to report a 48 percent rise of pre-tax profit, according to the average estimate of a Reuters survey. Estimates for the results, which are due on Monday, were collected between February 15 and 23. Following is a summary of ...

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