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Strong trading in Germany and the acquisition of Steetley earlier this year helped roof tile giant Redland unveil a 12 per cent rise in pre-tax profits to £88.5 million for the half ending June.But earnings per share fell 11 per cent and the UK prospects for the rest of the year remain poor.Fears have also emerged in the City that the company may cut its dividend next year. The interim dividend was held and will be maintained for the current full year.Chief executive Robert Napier ...

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