FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche reaffirmed on Monday it expects to see a continued high level of profitability in the current fiscal year to end-July as vehicle sales rise to surpass 90,000 units. Final first-half earnings before tax showed a rise of 12.9 percent to 277.8 million euros ($329.1 million), slightly higher than the 274 million euros it had originally reported when giving preliminary results in January.
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