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Oct 31, 2007 14:46 EEST
ZAGREB (Croatia), October 31 (SeeNews) – Croatian blue-chip civil engineering company INGRA reported on Wednesday a rise in its net profit through September to 53.1 million kuna ($10.4 million/7.2 million euro) from 47.5 million a year earlier despite a fall in its third-quarter net profit on the year.
“The nine-month net profit shows that we are on track to meet our target for 2007,” the company said in a statement to the Zagreb Stock Exchange.
The net profit for July to September fell to 9.5 million kuna from some 37 million kuna a year earlier, the statement shows.
The company’s shares traded at 56,000 kuna by 1215 GMT, slightly down from Tuesday’s close of 56,500 kuna.
(1 euro=7.3458 Croatian kuna)
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