LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - International car dealer Inchcape Plc said on Monday it was comfortable with analysts' forecasts for underlying profits of around 184 million pounds ($351.5 million) this year. "In our trading statement we make it clear we are looking for another year of profit growth ... that (market forecast) doesn't look unreasonable," Finance Director Alan Ferguson told Reuters. Ferguson pointed to consensus market forecasts for underlying pretax profit of 184-185 million ...
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