By Kristina Cooke LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - How well European carmakers' debt does in the next half of the year will depend on how the companies cope with the rising cost of raw materials and increased competitiveness, credit analysts said on Friday. After a week of results that saw the majority of European car companies' second-quarter results come in above expectations -- with the exception of French carmakers Peugeot and Renault -- the focus is now shifting to the outlook for the ...
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