By Daniel Flynn MADRID, June 25 (Reuters) - The world's largest maker of tractors and combines, CNH Global , expects to make a small profit in 2002, helped by an upturn in the agricultural machinery market and cost savings from a 1999 merger. CNH's Chief Executive Paolo Monferino said the company expected to save a total of $850 million in operating costs thanks to synergies from the Case-New Holland merger, which formed CNH two and a half years ago. "We're more or less at 50 percent ...
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