Siemens medical engineering sector bounces back into profit
This article was originally published in Clinica
Siemens' medical engineering division, which two years ago was a loss-making enterprise and subject to constant speculation about its possible sale, has recently released its annual figures for the year ended September 30, showing profits of DM660 million ($347 million) on sales of DM8 billion, a 7% increase.
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