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Gigaset revenues, EBITDA decline in Q1

Friday 31 May 2019 | 16:59 CET | News
Gigaset said its revenues fell to EUR 45.8 million in the first quarter from 51.1 million the year before, hit by a decline in the phone business as well as a shift in sales due to the particularly strong fourth quarter of 2018. 

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Companies: Gigaset
Countries: Europe / Germany
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