NETHERLANDS: Wessanen reduces 2002 net earnings outlook
Dutch food group Koninklijke Wessanen has announced that net earnings before goodwill amortisation and exceptional income and expenses over 2002 will amount to €35-40m (US$37-42m), which is in contrast with the previous outlook of 450m. As a result, the earnings per share will arrive at 50 to 57 eurocents, contrary to the previous outlook of 71 eurocents.
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