Dec. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Leoni AG, a German wire and cable-maker, expects net income this year to be about 140 million euros ($185 million), Boersen-Zeitung said, citing an interview with Chief Executive Officer Klaus Probst.
The company may pay a dividend of 1.40 euros per share and may issue as much as 300 million euros in new debt in half a year, while looking at issuing as much as 400 million euros by 2013, the newspaper cited Probst as saying.
The company aims at outgrowing its industry by as much as 6 percentage points next year, the newspaper reported.
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