USA: Tyson profits rise to US$65m as chicken business rides out the glut
US meat giant Tyson Foods Inc has reported net profits worth US$65m for the first quarter of 2002, compared with a loss of US$6m in the year-ago period. The company cited improvements in its chicken business and benefits from the integration of beef and pork group IBP, which it acquired last year.
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