* Next six months to show softer sales * Fiscal 2013 earnings flat to slightly higher * Europe auto parts sales down 15 percent in quarter Oct 30 (Reuters) - Johnson Controls Inc said on Tuesday that weaker business in Europe would cut company profits in the next half year, and it reported a quarterly loss linked to restructuring and accounting charges. JCI warned that the first half of its fiscal 2013 would show "earnings ...
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