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QSC sees FY revenues at high end of forecast after solid H1

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German cloud and ICT services provider QSC said it expects to report full-year revenues at the high end of its guidance, after a strong first half. Revenues for the first six months of 2018 rose nearly 6 percent to EUR 186.2 million, and the full-year turnover should at least reach the upper end of the earlier forecast range of EUR 345-355 million, QSC said. 

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Companies: QSC
Countries: Germany
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