(Adds details throughout) SYDNEY, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Australian auto parts maker Pacifica Group Ltd reported on Wednesday a nine percent rise in 2003 net profit as improved sales were partly offset by the stronger Australian dollar. But the company reiterated a December profit warning that growth in the year ahead would be less than 10 percent due to the strong Australian dollar, which last week hit a seven-year high above 80 US cents but has since eased back to $0.78 "Overall, ...
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