IRELAND: Fyffes - bananas prove a bane - COMMENT
Fyffes has announced a fall in annual profits. The Irish banana company has faced a difficult year. In addition to its much-hyped eCommerce losses, it has had to deal with bad weather, rising fuel and packaging costs, illegal competition and adverse exchange rates. With a heavy emphasis on cutting costs, the company aims to improve profits by E20 million next year but there is little it can do to really sort out its problems.
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