MAN CEO sees double-digit 2005 earnings growth


FRANKFURT, Feb 17 (Reuters) - German industrial group MAN's profits will increase by a double-digit percentage amount in 2005, the company said on Thursday. "We will definitely see a double-digit percentage rise in earnings this year," said Chief Executive Hakan Samuelsson. The CEO said he expects the operating profit margin at the company's commercial vehicles division to be more than 5 percent in 2005.

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