NETHERLANDS: Wessanen posts lower Q3 net income, gives positive outlook
Dutch food group Wessanen has reported lower third-quarter net income, but said it expected its fourth-quarter net income to show substantial improvement. The company posted net income, before exceptionals and goodwill amortisation, of €2.1m (US$2.5m) for the third quarter of 2003, compared to €11.8m in the year-ago quarter.
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