ThyssenKrupp posts Q4 loss, sees lower '05 sales


TORONTO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - ThyssenKrupp Budd Canada Inc. said on Monday it slipped deeper into loss in the fourth quarter as sales fell, and the auto-parts maker sees further revenue erosion in 2005. The company, a subsidiary of Germany-based ThyssenKrupp , reported a net loss of C$10.4 million ($8.8 million), or C$2.75 a share for the quarter ended September 30. This compared with a net loss of C$6.8 million, or C$1.80 a share for the same quarter a year ago. The company, which ...

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