FRANKFURT, Dec 19 (Reuters) - German automotive supplier and robotics company IWKA is expected to return to profit in the first half of 2006, major investor Guy Wyser-Pratte said on Monday. Contacted by Reuters, Wyser-Pratte confirmed he had said this to German newspaper Die Welt, which also reported that the next step in the company's restructuring was to sell its Boehringer Werkzeugmachinen GmbH machine tools business. The company had said last month it did not expect to see earnings ...
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