Beru says 2004/05 net income hit by tax audit


FRANKFURT, April 22 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru's net income will be hit by additional tax expenses of 10 million euros ($13.05 million) for the fiscal year that ended on March 31, the company said on Friday. "As a result of a tax field audit between 1997/1998 and 2001/2002, net income for 2004/2005 will be reduced," it said in a statement.

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