BERLIN — Henkel AG & Co. registered an 8.5 percent drop in third-quarter net profits to 314 million euros, or $444.5 million.
The Düsseldorf-based consumer goods and adhesives company said adjusted net profits, which take into account one-time charges, gains and restructuring costs, were up 5.1 percent to 373 million euros, or $528 million, in the quarter.
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