INTERVIEW-Continental AG may further raise prices - CFO


* Continental will continue to pass on higher prices - CFO * Synthetic rubber prices likely to remain high - CFO * China auto market growth of 8-10 pct possible - CFO By Maria Sheahan and Stefanie Huber FRANKFURT, July 29 (Reuters) - Continental AG may further increase tyre prices in the second half of 2011 to offset rising raw material costs, the company's finance chief said. "We have in the past year and a half passed on price increases to the market where necessary and will ...

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