TABLE-China's SAIC Motor H1 net slips 28 pct

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SHANGHAI, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Six months ended June 30, 2008. (in millions of yuan unless stated, against 2007 figures): 2008 2007 Turnover 57,637.46 vs 51,067.35 Net profit 1,965.16 vs 2,715.90 Earnings per share (yuan) 0.300 vs 0.415 Net assets per share (yuan) 5.72 vs 5.71* * Net asset per share figure for 2007 as of Dec. 31. Company: SAIC Motor Corp is China's largest car maker and operates manufacturing tie-ups with General Motors Corp and Volkswagen AG . Note: The ...

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