PARIS, March 24 (Reuters) - Motorway operator Autoroutes Paris Rhin Rhone posted a 45 percent rise in net profit on Thursday, as it reported its first set of results since its part-privatisation in November. APRR, which runs a network of toll-roads in central and eastern France, said it made a net profit of 148 million euros ($192.2 million) in 2004. It made an operating profit of 644 million euros, up 2.6 percent compared with 2003, on already reported sales of 1.51 billion euros. ...
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