AMSTERDAM, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Dutch luxury sports car maker Spyker Cars NV expects to post a profit for 2006 after nearly doubling its output, the company said on Friday. In a trading update, the maker of two-seaters that retail from around 250,000 euros ($324,700) said it made 94 cars last year, up from 48 in 2005 and only just short of its target of 100. "Spyker expects to end 2006 with a profit, where until the third quarter update merely an operationally positive cash flow was ...
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