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Sidi Kerir Attains Net Profit of EGP1.3 billion in 2013
Published 2014-03-12 11:23:37| Amwal Al Ghad English
Egypt's Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Co S.A.E. on Wednesday said its net profit surged 49 percent in 2013. The net profit of Alexandria-based Sidi Kerir (SKPC.CA), according to a release sent to the Egyptian Exchange on Wednesday, reached 1.298 billion pounds ($186.486 million) in the fiscal year to end-December 2013 compared with 869.655 million in 2012. Elsewhere, the company has recently unveiled its estimated budget for FY2014, saying it targets sales of 2.80 billion pounds ($402.281 million) within 2014.
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