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AWD Holding AG announces revenue of 22.8 per cent during 2004 to 473.4m.Operating profit was boosted by 29.5 per cent to 49.3m, net profit increased by 38.9 per cent to 34.3b and earnings per share reached a record level of approximately 0.90, up by 38.9 per cent.The UK-arm of the German group, AWD plc grew […]
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