FRANKFURT, May 27 (Reuters) - German car parts maker Beru posted a 16.4 percent increase in full-year sales on Thursday, largely thanks to an acquisition and changes to comply with international accounting standards. At 354.5 million euros ($429.4 million), revenues during Beru's 2003/2004 business year were bang in line with the consensus forecast of a Reuters poll of 12 analysts. Factoring out the effects of the acquisition of a spark-plug business and the change in accounting methods, ...
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