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Nov 05, 2007 15:30 EEST
November 5 (SeeNews) - Leading Macedonian construction company Beton Skopje reported on Monday a preliminary net profit of 20.9 million denars ($491,000/339,000 euro) for the first nine months of 2007, up 23.8% on the year.
Company officials were not immediately available to comment.
Following are figures from Beton's income statement sent to the Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE), where the company is listed (in millions of denars):
The company's net profit rose by 5.2% in 2006 to 29.7 million denars.
Beton’s shares are included in the Macedonian blue-chip index MBI 10. They closed at 41,649.60 denars on Monday, up 9.7% from Friday.
Beton Skopje (www.beton.com.mk) has a staff of some 2,300 and, despite the spin-off of several units, remains one of the largest construction firms in the landlocked southeast European country of two million people.
(1 euro = 61.6827 Macedonian denars)
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