Mitsubishi Heavy -2006/07 parent results

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May 25 (Reuters) - MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD PARENT-ONLY FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (in billions of yen unless specified) Year ended Year ended Year to Mar 31, 2007 Mar 31, 2006 Mar 31, 2008 LATEST YEAR-AGO COMPANY RESULTS RESULTS FORECASTS Sales 2.43 trln 2.21 trln (+10.0 pct) (+5.2 pct) Operating 71.63 38.22 (+87.4 pct) Recurring 57.47 32.42 (+77.3 pct) Net 39.60 26.20 (+51.2 pct) EPS Y11.80 Y7.77 Annual div Y6.00 Y4.00 Y6.00 -Q2 div Y3.00 Y3.00 -Q4 div Y3.00 Y4.00 ...

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