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Datatec group FY revenue rises 10.4% to USD 4.33bln

Friday 17 May 2019 | 10:21 CET | News
International ICT products and services group Datatec said revenue increased by 10.4 percent to USD 4.33 billion for the year ended 28 February compared with the same period of 2018. EBIDTA was USD 86.8 billion and underlying earnings per share were USD 0.066 compared to an underlying loss per share of USD 0.170 from continuing operations in 2018. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Datatec
Countries: World
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