UPDATE 1-Rheinmetall sees 2004 earnings, sales increase


(Adds detail from statement, share reaction) FRANKFURT, March 29 (Reuters) - German defence and auto components company Rheinmetall AG said on Monday it expects both sales and earnings to increase in 2004. "Sales and earnings are again set to advance (in 2004)," Klaus Eberhardt, Rheinmetall CEO, said in a statement before the company's annual news conference. He did not specify what sort of profit he was referring to. He added he expected further progress in operational profitability ...

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