Motor Oil Hellas increases profits by 16.7 pct in Q1 2016

EconomyCorporates Tags: Corporates, Results

Motor Oil Hellas has released its interim Q1 2016 results, which show that the group’s net operating profits stood at 48.7 million euros versus 41.7 million euros for the same quarter last year, an increase of 16.7 percent.

On a company-wide basis, the figure stood at 49.7 million euros compared to 37.9 million euros, a 31.1 percent increase.

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