BOCHUM, Germany, Jan 21 (Reuters) - German steel and industrial group ThyssenKrupp wants to improve its return on capital employed (ROCE) in the current fiscal year, the company's chief financial officer said on Friday. "Assuming an unchanged capital base, we aim to exceed the 12 percent ROCE from the previous year," Stefan Kirsten told shareholders assembled at the company's annual general meeting in Bochum. During the fiscal year that ended September 2004, the company boosted group ...
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