UPDATE 2-Autostrade sees 2005 cap gains from sales below 2004


(New throughout, adds byline) By Svetlana Kovalyova MILAN, March 21 (Reuters) - Italy's biggest toll-road operator Autostrade expects to make lower capital gains on asset sales in 2005 than last year when it sold a stake in Spain's Abertis, Autostrade's top executive said on Monday. Autostrade has raised its 2004 dividend as net profit soared 84 percent to 429 million euros ($566.5 million) on the back of extraordinary items, including a 149 million euro net capital gain from selling 5 ...

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