Straumann third-quarter sales dip 1 pct on weaker yen
ZURICH Oct 31 (Reuters) - Straumann, the world's largest maker of dental implants, said third-quarter sales slipped 1 percent dragged down by a weaker Japanese yen.
Net sales came in at 155 million Swiss francs, the company said in a statement on Thursday, in line with the average estimate in a Reuters poll.
Stripping out currency effects and the discontinuation of its intra-oral scanner distribution business sales rose 3.1 percent. (Reporting by Caroline Copley)
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