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Oct 31, 2007 17:04 EEST
October 31 (SeeNews) - Macedonian holding company Fersped reported on Wednesday a preliminary net profit of 133.1 million denars ($3.1 million/ 2.2 million euro) for the nine months through September, up 27.3% on the year.
Company officials were not immediately available to comment.
Following are details from Fersped's income statement sent to the Macedonian Stock Exchange (MSE), where the company is listed (in millions of denars):
* revises 2006 Operating profit from 162.3 million denars
The company's shares closed at 259,000 denars on Wednesday, unchanged from Tuesday, as no shares changed hands.
The holding company reported a preliminary net profit of 148.5 million denars million denars for 2006, 6.7% higher than the previous year.
Fersped (www.fersped.com.mk) claims to be the biggest forwarding company in Macedonia. Its core operations are international and inland forwarding and warehousing. It is the authorised distributor of IBM for Macedonia.
Fersped owns Skovin winery, the five-star Aleksandar Palace hotel in the capital Skopje and three smaller hotels, savings house Fersped and a brokerage. The company also controls the Macedonian Lottery.
(1 euro = 61.5744 Macedonian denars)
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