(Adds comment, details) ISTANBUL, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Koc Holding, Turkey's biggest conglomerate, posted a 13 percent drop in quarterly net profit on Wednesday as its businesses ranging from oil refining and banking to carmaking felt the chill from a cooling global economy. Second-quarter net profit fell to 489 million Turkish lira ($272 million), despite a 15 percent rise in net sales to 19.9 billion lira, the firm said. Koc owns Tupras, Turkey's ...
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