FRANKFURT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - German automotive cables and wiring firm Leoni expects its sales growth to slow in 2007 following a strong surge this year, its chief executive said in an interview. "It certainly won't be in the double-digits," Klaus Probst told Reuters, referring to next year's sales growth. Growth is closely dependent on copper prices. Probst reiterated his forecast for 2 billion euros ($2.6 billion) in sales this year, or growth of about 25 percent, of which around 150 ...
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