FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Carmaker SEAT, a division of Germany's Volkswagen AG , made a profit in 2002 despite problems with the production of its new Ibiza model last year, the Spanish company's chief told a German newspaper. "The figures will speak for themselves," SEAT head Andreas Schleef told Die Welt in an interview to be published on Tuesday. "I am confident that they will include figures in the black." Schleef was quoted last September as saying difficulties with the ...
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