FRANKFURT, Aug 19 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru's operating profit for the first quarter rose by more than 20 percent, the company said on Thursday. The specialist in diesel cold-start technology earned an operating profit of 11.8 million euros for the three months to end-June, compared with an adjusted 9.7 million a year ago Beru boosted revenues by 23.2 percent to 85.5 million from 69.4 million in the last fiscal year, while net profits climbed to 7.7 million versus 6.4 ...
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