(Adds details, background) FRANKFURT, Nov 18 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier Beru generated first-half operating profit of 22.2 million euros ($28.94 million), it said on Thursday, missing analyst expectations as one-off charges weighed. A Reuters survey of 10 analysts had on average expected operating profit of 26 million euros in the six months to Sept. 30, barely changed from 24 million euros a year earlier. U.S. car parts group BorgWarner has secured a majority stake in the ...
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