FRANKFURT, April 29 (Reuters) - German car parts group Continental AG reaffirmed it plans to post a "clear operating profit" in 2009 before possible restructuring effects and goodwill writedowns, its chief executive told Reuters. Karl-Thomas Neumann said in an interview that the main target for the group was to end the year with net debt lower than the 10.5 billion euros ($13.85 billion) with which Continental started it. "We are turning every screw. Some of the measures that we have ...
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