Cloetta defends share in stagnant markets – 6 things to learn
Cloetta, the Swedish snack maker, reported a loss for 2016 this morning (1 February) primarily due to an impairment charge related to its Italian business. Speaking to analysts during a conference call, however, management was upbeat on the progress it has made in strengthening profitability. Cloetta said it hopes to continue to expand its margins over the coming 12 months and revealed that it wants to grow sales - both organically and through M&A - during 2017. Here are the key takeaways from Cloetta's 2016 results.
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