MTU Seeks Cost Cuts as Weak Spares Sales Curb Profit GrowthRobert Wall
MTU Aero Engines Holding AG said profit would be little changed this year, causing the shares to fall the most since 2008, and has started a program to boost earnings and cash flow at the German aircraft engine maker.
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