Fuji Kiko -1qtr group results

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July 27 (Reuters) - FUJI KIKO CO LTD CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (in billions of yen unless specified) 3 months ended 3 months ended 6 months to Year to Jun 30, 2007 Jun 30, 2006 Sep 30, 2007 Mar 31, 2008 LATEST YEAR-AGO H1 LATEST RESULTS RESULTS FORECAST FORECAST Sales 26.42 23.69 55.00 117.00 (+11.5 pct) (+3.4 pct) Operating loss 547 mln loss 269 mln loss 600 mln prft 400 mln Recurring loss 509 mln loss 426 mln loss 700 mln prft 200 mln Net loss 537 mln loss 277 mln ...

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