By Mark Potter LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - Car dealer Inchcape expects analysts to raise their full-year profit forecasts after it beat first-half expectations, but remains cautious about the trading environment, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "Yes, we expect the consensus (full-year profit forecast) to rise," Andre Lacroix told Reuters in a telephone interview. "But we also remain very cautious. Confidence is still quite low, unemployment continues to increase and we have not ...
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