* Former Opel bidder makes rare net profit in H1 * One-offs from auto part suppliers Honsel, Metaldyne (Adds detail, background) BRUSSELS, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Belgian holding company RHJ International reported a narrower first-half operating loss on Monday and a rare net profit due to one-off gains from industrial activities it ultimately plans to divest. RHJ, which last month announced a 225 million pound ($371 million) purchase of Commerzbank's wealth management unit Kleinwort ...
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