TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Denso Corp, Japan's largest auto parts maker, said on Thursday its first-half operating profit rose 17.4 percent, thanks to steady sales of air-conditioning systems and strong output by top shareholder Toyota Motor Corp . Denso, 24.5 percent owned by Japan's largest automaker, said group operating profit totalled 80.10 billion yen ($651.5 million) for the six months that ended in September. Group revenues rose 4.9 percent to 1.14 trillion yen. For the full year ...
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