FRANCE: Beghin-Say posts 83% rise in profits
French sugar manufacturer Beghin-Say yesterday [Tuesday] reported an 83% jump in first quarter net profits, as one-off costs fell and operating efficiency improved. Beghin-Say, one of the four companies created by the dissolution of Franco-Italian food processor Eridania Beghin-Say, said net attributable profit came in at €14.3m (US$13.0m), compared with a proforma level of €7.8m in the comparable period of last year.
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