(Adds background, details) FRANKFURT, Aug 19 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru's first quarter operating profit rose by over 20 percent due to strong sales of electronic components, the company said on Thursday, meeting market expectations. Beru also said it expected sales and operating profit in the year to March 2005 to rise by at least 13 percent, up from earlier guidance of at least 10 percent. The specialist in diesel cold-start technology earned an operating profit of ...
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