Volkswagen's MAN trucks unit says could post net loss in 2013


MUNICH, July 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's German truck unit MAN warned on Tuesday it may not be profitable below the line this year after reporting an after-tax loss of 383 million euros ($507.61 million) attributable to shareholders for the first half. The company forecast it would be profitable on an operating level in 2013, however. MAN added that it has already booked an adequate amount of provisions for risks regarding turnkey power plant projects it is ...


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