ZURICH, April 22 (Reuters) - Swiss sensor and motor maker Saia-Burgess said on Tuesday first-quarter net profit fell to 5.1 million Swiss francs from 5.8 million a year earlier due to the impact of the strong Swiss franc. The firm, which makes sensors, switches and electrical motors for the automotive and building industry, reiterated its forecast that excluding any major changes in its key markets, it would increase turnover and profits slightly this year. Saia-Burgess said ...
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