(Adds background) ZURICH, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Swiss medical device maker Synthes will sell the none-core automotive business of Techron AG to Jehle Engineering, the company said on Friday, adding that its would keep the unit's medical device manufacturing business. The group did not disclose the financial terms of the deal. The Swiss company bought Techron last year. At the time of the acquisition Techron employed 70 members of staff. Synthes makes instruments, implants and ...
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