PARIS, March 7- French retailer Casino said on Tuesday it aimed to continue growing sales and earnings in 2017 thanks to cost savings and improving sales in France and Brazil, as it posted higher annual profits. Casino, whose credit rating was cut to junk by Standard& Poor's in March 2016 and has been criticised by U.S. activist fund Muddy Waters, is under pressure to...
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