SWEDEN: Sardus increases nine-month pre-tax profits by 38%
Swedish meat processing group Sardus said that despite lower like-for-like sales in Q2 and Q3, and a change to its product mix, pretax profits rose by 38% to SKr72m compared with SKr53m in the year-ago period.Sales to September rose by 29% to SKr864m, but the increase in turnover was entirely due to the acquisition of Danish meat group
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