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Atea Lithuania revenue rises 5% in 2018

Thursday 10 October 2019 | 15:16 CET | News
Revenues at Lithuanian IT services provider Atea totaled EUR 50.08 million in 2018, reports Vz.lt. The figure grew by 5 percent year-on-year from EUR 47.67 million the previous year. The net profit grew tenfold in 2018 to EUR 20,000.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Atea
Countries: Lithuania
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