* Underlying pretax profit 114.4 mln stg vs 144.9 mln * Revenue declines 18 pct to 3.6 bln stg * Dividend unchanged at 11.1 pence (Adds details) LONDON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - British platinum refiner Johnson Matthey said its first-half pretax profit fell 21 percent due to lower precious metal prices and the slowdown in automobile sales. Underlying pretax profit for the six months to end September declined to 114.4 million pounds from 144.9 million pounds in the year-earlier period as ...
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