FRANKFURT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - German steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp said on Friday pre-tax profit in the first quarter of its 2003/2004 business year rose by around six percent and stuck to its forecast for the full year. The world's largest stainless steel producer said in a statement ahead of its annual general meeting that pre-tax profit in the quarter rose to around 150 million euros ($191 million), up from 141 million a year ago. "As the economic recovery sets in, we have ...
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