LONDON, Aug 25 (Reuters) - British engineering firm Tomkins Plc said on Thursday first-half profits fell 4.4 percent due to weakness in the North American automotive market. Tomkins, which sells parts used in car engines and air conditioners, said profit from operations before restructuring costs was 148.9 million pounds ($266.9 million) versus 155.7 million pounds a year earlier. The result for the six months to end-June compared to consensus forecasts of 148 million pounds, according ...
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