LONDON, Aug 25 (Reuters) - British engineering firm Tomkins Plc said on Thursday it expected U.S. auto markets to improve and was comfortable with market consensus forecasts for the full-year. "Year over year I think a lot of the damage has been done already this year. I think (U.S.) unit production will be 15.6-15.7 million units, just a little off of last year," Chief Executive James Nicol told Reuters. The company also said it was comfortable with full-year market forecasts, pointing ...
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