FINLAND: HKScan lowers outlook on domestic troubles

By Katy Askew | 8 May 2012

HKScan has warned that it could book a drop in full-year profits after weakness in its Swedish business weighed on first-quarter results.

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HKScan has warned that it could book a drop in full-year profits after weakness in its Swedish business weighed on first-quarter results.

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