MAN sees double-digit mln EBIT for buses unit


MUNICH, March 22 (Reuters) - German trucks and engineering company MAN AG said on Monday it expects earnings before interest and taxes at its bus division to reach the double-digit millions in 2004. "It will definitely be in the double-digits," said MAN trucks chief Hakan Samuelsson during the unit's annual press conference in Munich, when asked about MAN's goal this year for EBIT at its bus division. Buses swung to a five million euro profit in 2003, after incurring a loss of 72 million ...

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