ZURICH, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Swiss industrial engineering group Sulzer said on Tuesday first-half net profit fell to 42 million Swiss franc ($27.7 million) reflecting the absence of one-off divestment gains which had boosted 2001 earnings. Net profit had been 120 million francs in the 2001 half. Core earnings before interest, taxes and amortisation (EBITA) from continuing businesses -- stripping out such gains from the sale of non-core businesses -- rose to 57 million francs from 53 million, ...
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