(Adds CEO comment and glass repair business, updates shares) By Jennifer Laidlaw BRUSSELS, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Belgium's largest car seller D'Ieteren reported a more than 10 percent skid in 2002 earnings on Thursday and forecast flat results this year as a slowdown in demand for new cars puts the brakes on profits. D'Ieteren, which owns 59 percent of Europe's largest car rental firm Avis Europe , said it was difficult to predict how this year would pan out given the possibility of a ...
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