HANOVER, Germany, July 29 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG , Europe's biggest carmaker, is not expected to revise its full year profit forecast when it releases second-quarter results on Tuesday, supervisory board sources told Reuters on Monday. Many analysts had been expecting the group to reduce its guidance for the full year amid widespread expectations that profits in the second quarter had suffered from weak global auto markets. But the sources on the VW supervisory board said they did not ...
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