Inchcape says first-half trading met expectations


LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - Britain-based car retailer Inchcape Plc said on Wednesday first-half trading met expectations with total sales, boosted by acquisitions, up 31 percent on a constant currency basis in the first five months. Inchcape, which owns businesses across Europe and Asia, said: "Like-for-like sales for the first five months are up 3.1 percent on a constant currency basis and in sterling terms are in line with last year". On June 11, Inchcape said it was to buy Latvia's ...

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