By Nicola Leske AMSTERDAM, March 24 (Reuters) - Dutch sports car maker Spyker will double production to more than 100 of its tailor-made supercars a year, the company said on Friday as it posted a sharply reduced loss for the past year. The maker of two-seaters that retail from around 250,000 euros ($300,000) reported a 2005 net loss of 1.9 million euros ($2.3 million), down 62 percent from a year earlier. Revenue, driven by the sale of 48 handmade cars, rose 57 percent to 5.8 million ...
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