TOKYO, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Denso Corp , the world's biggest auto parts maker by market value, posted a 14 percent rise in half-year profit on Tuesday on the back of brisk overseas sales by top customer Toyota Motor Corp . Denso, which gets just under a half of its revenues from Toyota, made a group operating profit of 91.62 billion yen ($844.9 million) in the six months to September, compared to 80.1 billion yen a year before. The profit easily beat an estimate of 83 billion yen ...
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