June 27 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp filed its financial reports for the first two quarters of fiscal 2008 on Friday, ending a 2 1/2-year struggle that began when auditors discovered massive accounting errors that required the truck and engine maker to restate earnings back to 2002. With its books now in order, Navistar, which has traded on the so-called Pink Sheets for the last year after being delisted by the New York Stock Exchange, expects to be relisted on the Big Board on ...
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