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Oct 25, 2007 19:00 EEST
October 25 (SeeNews) - Serbian household appliance maker Alfa Plam will pay 80.882 million dinars ($1.5 million/1.1 million euro) in net dividend for last year, data from the Belgrade Stock Exchange (BELEX) showed on Thursday.
The dividend will be distributed to a total of 131,083 shares and the amount per share differs according to three categories of shareholders – domestic individuals, domestic legal entities and foreign investors, the BELEX statement said. The nominal value of every share is 6,700 dinars.
The stocks of ex-blue chip Alfa Plam closed at 28,000 dinars on Thursday, unchanged from the previous close.
The company paid a gross dividend of 1,800 dinars per share for 2005.
Alfa Plam’s net profit more than halved to 299 million dinars in 2006 from 798 million dinars a year before.
(1 euro = 76.742 Serbian dinars)
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