Germany's MAN keeps outlook; 2005 profit in line


MUNICH, Feb 21 (Reuters) - German industrial conglomerate MAN AG reaffirmed on Tuesday that operating profit would rise considerably this year after it reported 2005 operating profit that was bang in line with market expectations. Operating profit rose 35 percent to 765 million euros ($913.5 million), compared with an average forecast of 764 million euros from 19 analysts polled by Reuters.

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