Carbone Lorraine’s Board of Directors met on March 16, 2004 to approve the accounts for fiscal 2003.

Commenting on the Group’s results for fiscal 2003, Claude Cocozza, Carbone Lorraine’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer said:“In persistently depressed business conditions, Carbone Lorraine delivered further proof of its strong resilience at operating level during 2003.

Its net loss was attributable entirely to provisions covering the fine meted out by the European Commission and to an impairment charge related to the Magnets division. As a result of these decisions, we have now put these two issues behind us.

2004 will mark the beginning of a new period of earnings growth for Carbone Lorraine. We forecast improvement in the Group’s margins this year, even if business conditions remain the same. And if the economic recovery does occur, our earnings growth will be even stronger.”

600450 Carbone Lorraine’s Board of Directors met on March 16, 2004 to approve the accounts for fiscal 2003.
Date: 9 April 2004
Source: Carbone Lorraine

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