* Taxi cab sales in Britain hit by adverse economy * CEO eyes sales growth in Middle East, South America * Swings to pretax loss in H1 By Catherine Bosley LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - The chief executive of Manganese Bronze , maker of London's trademark taxi cabs, said improvement to business in Britain was unlikely but that this should be balanced out by higher sales in the Middle East and elsewhere. "We're planning the business on the assumption that there will be no significant ...
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