FRANKFURT, April 23 (Reuters) - German train and transport equipment maker Vossloh AG posted a strong rise in first quarter sales and earnings on Wednesday and reiterated its forecast of strong growth in 2003. Vossloh, which supplies rail operators around Europe with diesel locomotives and infrastructure equipment such as signals and track switches, said first quarter sales rose 22 percent to 165.5 million euros ($181.7 million) on a like-for-like basis, despite weak economic conditions. ...
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