VW sticks to 2004 guidance despite weak July


FRANKFURT, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG is maintaining the 2004 earnings guidance it gave with first-half results, Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Poetsch told an analysts conference on Wednesday, adding that weak sales in Europe in July had been expected. "We of course stick to our commitments we entered into with the release of our half-year figures and conference call and there is nothing to be said in addition to this," he said when asked about the impact of July sales on ...

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