GEK Terna revenues grow 32.6 pct in Q1, net profits dip sharply
Investors wait as Folli Follie Group takes stock amid intense scrutiny
ADMIE Holdings posts income of 15.8 mln, affiliate's profits at 31.2 mln in Q1
Sarantis Group sales rise by 6.2 pct in Q1
Hellenic Petroleum net profits down by 40 pct in Q1
OPAP Q1 net profits rise 20 pct on VLT terminal revenues
Bad debt provisions impact on PPC’s 2015 results
Greece’s largest power company, the majority state-owned Public Power Corporation (PPC), released its annual financial report on Tuesday, which showed that the company ended the year with losses.
The company’s overall turnover for 2015 was 5.74 billion euros compared to 5.86 billion for 2014, a decrease of 2.1 percent, largely attributed to a decrease in revenue from energy sales.
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