(Adds earnings details throughout) LAKE FOREST, Ill., July 24 (Reuters) - CNH Global NV , the world's largest maker of tractors and combines, on Wednesday reported a higher quarterly profit as better sales in Western Europe and Latin America offset lower North American sales. The company also predicted per share results would be close to break even for all of 2002 before restructuring costs. CNH lost 91 cents a share before restructuring in 2001. Net income rose to $39 million, or 11 ...
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