FRANKFURT, July 28 (Reuters) - The weak economy and losses at associated companies will make 2002 a difficult year for German truck and engineering group MAN AG , Chief Executive Rudolf Rupprecht said in an interview on Sunday. "It's a particularly sporting goal," Rupprecht said in an interview with Handelsblatt newspaper released in advance of publication on Monday. "The extra leeway built into the plan numbers is used up," he said, but added that 2003 would certainly be better, ...
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