PARIS, July 24 (Reuters) - French car parts and garbage bins maker Plastic Omnium reported flat first-half sales on Thursday as the impact of a weaker dollar on U.S. operations ate into stronger sales from Europe, particularly outside France. The maker of plastic car parts and wheelie bins used to collect urban garbage posted first-half sales up 0.6 percent at 857.1 million euros ($984.8 million), but said this would have been a rise of 8.8 percent at constant currency rates. Plastic ...
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