UPDATE 1-Opel chief sees small oper profit in 2004

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(Adds background) FRANKFURT, Nov 19 (Reuters) - The head of Opel, the German unit of the world's biggest carmaker General Motors , said late on Tuesday he expected the company to post a small operating profit in 2004. "We expect a small operating profit in 2004," Opel Chief Executive Officer Carl-Peter Forster told reporters in comments embargoed until Wednesday. "It is a tough target, given the market, but we will achieve it." Opel has been losing money for years but is in the middle of ...

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