SEOUL, April 25 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's No.2 auto maker, expects to post a net profit as early as the end of the first half, a company official said on Friday. "On net profit, if the won falls further ... it may cause foreign currency losses. We may show a turn around as early as the end of the first half if the won stays at the current level," Kim Deuk-ju, a director of its treasury group told reporters. Kia posted a first-quarter net loss of 24.8 billion won ($24.90 ...
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