CANADA: High Liner Foods reports Q4, FY targets met
For the year ended 29 December 2001, Canadian food processor High Liner earned net income of C$6.2m (US$3.8m), compared to the C$6.4m earned in 2000. Henry Demone, President and CEO, said: "Despite a challenging year for our commodity products and a weakening economy, I am pleased to announce that we met our income projections for 2001.
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