UPDATE 1-Beru boosts Q1 sales, sees weaker growth ahead


(Adds details, stock price) FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru increased sales in its first quarter to end-June by 14.5 percent to 97.9 million euros ($118.1 million) thanks to new product launches, it said on Tuesday. Beru said the main growth drivers were sales to German and U.S. carmakers of instant start systems for diesel engines and of auxiliary heating systems. "The European aftermarket business also contributed to the positive business trend," it ...

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