SGS might have to revisit 2014 goals due to weak Europe

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GENEVA, July 17 (Reuters) - The world's biggest testing and inspection company SGS might have to revisit ambitious targets for 2014 due to ongoing weakness in Europe, its chief executive said on Wednesday. "With the slowdown in Europe, it's going to require some serious thinking whether we can actually achieve that goal and we have to revisit that with the board, probably towards the end of the year," Chris Kirk told a news conference. "When we looked originally ...

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