WARSAW, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Tyre-maker Goodyear's Polish unit Debica said on Tuesday its 2004 sales should grow at about the same 22 percent rate it showed in 2003 as a weak zloty pushed up exports. "Sales growth in 2004 should be similar to the rise in 2003, Chief Executive Zdzislaw Chabowski told a news conference, adding that the board would recommend that 25-50 percent of the 110 million zloty ($28.38 million) net profit in 2003 be paid out as a dividend. That would mean a payout of ...
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