(Adds analyst comment, updates share price) By Nieck Ammerlaan ZURICH, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Swiss industrial engineering group Sulzer's profit fell in the first half and it further trimmed back its expectations for 2002 on Tuesday on expectations that demand will remain weak for now. Citing tough end-markets, particularly in the energy sector, and increasing price pressures, Sulzer said it expected its four core divisions would not match full-year 2001 operating income of 119 million ...
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