UPDATE 1-Volvo Cars aims to break even, without one-off gains

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(Recasts with CEO, adds details) By Niklas Pollard and Sven Nordenstam STOCKHOLM, May 3 (Reuters) - Chinese-owned Volvo Cars said on Friday it could reach break even on an operating level this year without help from one-off gains that alone kept the carmaker in the black in 2012. Languishing sales in China and Europe took a heavy toll on the car industry in 2012, sending Volvo's operating profit plummeting to 18 million Swedish crowns ($2.76 ...

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