PARIS, Jan 25 (Reuters) - French yacht-to-automobile maker Beneteau said on Thursday it expected stronger sales growth in its fiscal year 2006-2007 after autumn boat shows made it more optimistic about the outlook for its core business. "In this environment...the group foresees sales at constant scope of consolidation of 895 million euros ($1.16 billion), up 8.3 percent from last year," the world's largest sail boat builder said in a statement. It said boat sales should rise 8.1 percent ...
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