MEXICO CITY, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Mexican conglomerate Grupo Carso reported stronger-than expected sales and profits for the fourth quarter, with 22.7 percent growth in net profit year-on-year as its construction arm rallied. Carso , an industrial and retail conglomerate that belongs to the business empire of Latin America's richest man, Carlos Slim, said on Thursday its quarterly net reached 4.139 billion pesos ($389 million), compared with 3.373 billion pesos in the same quarter of 2004. ...
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