MONTERREY, Mexico, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Mexico glassmaker Vitro sees a positive outlook in 2005 for earnings in line with last year, driven by demand from auto makers, although earnings could be hit by rising natural gas prices, the company said on Wednesday. "We expect performance to remain strong supported by positive market dynamics ... (although) natural gas prices are a big question mark," Chief Financial Officer Alvaro Rodriguez told a conference call. Monterrey-based Vitro on ...
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