FRANKFURT, Jan 21 (Reuters) - German auto sector supplier Leoni hit or surpassed its 2004 financial targets, Chief Executive Klaus Probst said in an interview published by the Boersen-Zeitung newspaper on Friday. "We at least reached all the targets," he was quoted as saying, adding that Leoni would also attain its goal of boosting 2005 sales to 1.4 billion euros ($1.8 billion). Sales rose around 15 percent in 2004 from the 1.08 billion euros it generated in 2003, he said, thus beating ...
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