AUSTRALIA: Global Seafood posts disappointing H1 results, blames cooler waters
Seafood processor Global Seafood Ltd released its half-year results have been released today, with a drastic drop in net profit by 77% to A$95,000. Cooler temperatures in the Gulf of Carpentaria and on the Queensland east coast have been blamed for the results, and financial controller David Hooker added that the full year results would depend on the next Gulf catch, which starts on 1 April.
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