Sri Lanka's Piramal Glass profits up 5.6-pct in 2012

Sri Lanka's Piramal Glass said profits rose 5.6 percent to 724.3 million rupees in the year to March 2012 from a year earlier, exports were doing well, but warned against higher energy costs this year.

The firm reported earnings of 76 cents per share for the year, in accounts filed with the Colombo Stock Exchange.Revenues rose 5.8 percent to 5.5 billion rupees, expenses rose 7.9 percent to 3.95 billion rupees and gross profits rose 0.7 percent to 1.54 billion rupees from during the year.Read more here.Sri Lanka's Piramal Glass said profits rose 5.6 percent to 724.3 million rupees in the year to March 2012 from a year earlier, exports were doing well, but warned against higher energy costs this year.  

The firm reported earnings of 76 cents per share for the year, in accounts filed with the Colombo Stock Exchange.

Revenues rose 5.8 percent to 5.5 billion rupees, expenses rose 7.9 percent to 3.95 billion rupees and gross profits rose 0.7 percent to 1.54 billion rupees from during the year.

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Date: 3 May 2013
Source: www.lankabusinessonline.com

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