(Adds background, detail) MUNICH, Germany, Feb 17 (Reuters) - German industrial group MAN AG reported a rise in fourth-quarter pretax profit to 205 million euros ($267 million) on Thursday, missing the average forecast of 213 million in a Reuters poll of analysts. MAN, Europe's third-largest truckmaker, forecast profits to improve significantly this year on a further increase in sales and order intake and proposed a 2004 dividend of 1.05 euros per share, up from 0.75 euros per share in ...
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