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Celestica employees work at a production line in a factory in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province.

TYRONE SIU

Celestica Inc. says first-quarter profit rose to $30-million (U.S.) as its revenues also moved higher.

The Toronto-based global manufacturer, which produces a variety of products for other companies, said the profit was equal to 14 cents per share.

That compares to profits of $28.5-million a year ago, or 12 cents per share.

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Revenue increased to $1.8-billion, in line with analyst expectations and above the $1.52-billion posted a year earlier.

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