FRANKFURT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen , the world's fourth-largest carmaker, will review all options for its IT-services unit gedas and its car rental business Europcar International, it said on Friday. The company said options ranged from strategic expansion to an initial public offering. "The decision has no effect on the 2005 profit outlook already issued by the Group Board of Management," it said in a statement, adding that operating profit after special items as well ...
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