Volkswagen sees Q4 continuing trend from 9-Months


AMSTERDAM, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , the world's fourth-largest carmaker, expects a similar performance in the final three months of 2007 as is seen in the previous three quarters, its finance chief said on Friday, without being more specific. Considering that the group's run rate for pretax profit is over 1.5 billion euros per quarter, a similarly strong quarter would suggest earnings would total some 6.3 billion euros ($9.05 billion) -- far better than the group's current focus of ...

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