(Corrects sales figure and 2012 growth rate in paragraph six) * First-half net profit up 10 pct to 265 mln Sfr * Restructuring charge of 12 mln Sfr due to "deteriorating" Europe * Sales revenue rises 7.2 pct to 2.857 bln Sfr ZURICH, July 17 (Reuters) - The world's biggest testing and inspection company SGS missed expectations for first-half net profit, hit by a charge for restructuring and continuing weak demand for its minerals ...
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