RUSSIA: Magnit "confident" on FY profits growth

By Michelle Russell | 31 January 2012

Russian retailer Magnit said it is "gaining confidence in the market" after booking an increase in full-year profits.

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Russian retailer Magnit said it is "gaining confidence in the market" after booking an increase in full-year profits.

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