TABLE-China's FAW Xiali's H1 net down 19 pct

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SHANGHAI, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Six months ended June 30, 2005. (in millions of yuan unless stated, against 2004 figures): 2005 2004 Turnover 3,437.67 vs 3,102.59 Net profit 60.58 vs 74.88 Earnings per share (yuan) 0.04 vs 0.05 Assets per share (yuan) 1.74 vs 1.74 Company: Tianjin FAW Xiali Automobile Co Ltd , Toyota Motor Co.'s Chinese partner, is a car maker based in the northern port city of Tianjin and is controlled by leading vehicle manufacturer First Automotive Works. ...

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