(Adds background on steel prices) By Nick Tattersall FRANKFURT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - German steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp said on Friday pre-tax profit in the quarter to December rose around six percent as economic recovery set in, and it stuck to its forecast for the full year. The world's largest stainless steel producer said in a statement before its annual general meeting that pre-tax profit in the first quarter of its 2003/04 business year rose to around 150 million euros ...
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