ZURICH, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Bucher Industries AG returned to profit in the first half as restructuring measures offset the effect of weak end-markets and fierce competition, the Swiss machinery maker said on Tuesday. Bucher posted net profit of 14.2 million Swiss francs ($10.3 million) compared to a loss of 18.0 million in the year-ago period. EBIT operating profit rose to 31 million francs from six million a year earlier. First-half sales rose two percent to 780 million francs but ...
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