NETHERLANDS: Divestments and US market influence Wessanen results
Multinational food giant Wessanen has recorded sales of €1,449.5m (US$1,422.56m) in the H1 2002, more or less equal compared with the H1 2001. The EBITA of current activities fell to €36.6m in the H1 2002 (H1 2001: €43.2m), and the earnings per share (EPS) amount fell to €0.31 (2001: €0.49). The balance sheet however was enhanced as a result of a strong cash-flow.
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