Volkswagen reiterates 2002 profit goal


WOLFSBURG, Germany June 25 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest automaker Volkswagen AG still expects to match its 2001 full-year pre-tax profit of 4.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) this year, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Asked if he still aimed to match last year's pre-tax profit, VW Chief Executive Bernd Pischetsrieder told reporters: "Yes, that is our goal." He also said the carmaker still aimed for unit sales of five million cars this year. "But how should I know if at the end of ...

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