FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru increased sales revenue in its first quarter to June 30 by 14.5 percent to 97.9 million euros ($118.1 million) thanks to new product launches, it said on Tuesday. Beru, which is majority-owned by U.S. auto parts supplier BorgWarner , reiterated its full-year forecast for sales to rise at a high single-digit percentage rate. "The goal is for operating profit (EBIT), adjusted to exclude the exceptional effects in the prior ...
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