LONDON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest car rental company, Avis Europe Plc, said on Thursday it faced an uncertain outlook with no significant economic recovery expected for 2003, after posting a steep fall in 2002 underlying profits. Avis Europe also warned the threat of impending war in the Middle East clouded its outlook but it would maintain tight control on its fleet and staff levels to keep costs down. "With no expectation of significant recovery in the European economies in ...
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