(adds details, quotes, share price) By Alexander Huebner STUTTGART, Germany, June 25 (Reuters) - The chief executive of German sports car maker Porsche AG said on Tuesday net profit in the 2002/03 fiscal year would at least match the year-earlier level. "Next year will also be outstanding," Wendelin Wiedeking told Reuters in an interview. Wiedeking reiterated that net profit in the current year would be at least be flat despite costs associated with the launch of the new Cayenne ...
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