By Ott Ummelas and Alistair Holloway HELSINKI, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Finnish engineering firms Metso and Wartsila on Wednesday posted sliding earnings due to persistently weak demand for capital goods and repeated no relief for the sector was in sight. Metso, the world's largest supplier of machinery for the struggling pulp and paper industry, and Wartsila, which makes marine and power plant engines, both posted third-quarter results at the low end of expectations and said they saw no ...
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