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Zain Sudan FY revenue rises 62 percent, customer base up 4%

Wednesday 24 February 2021 | 10:54 CET | News
Zain Sudan lifted full-year revenue in 2020 to SDG 22.5 billion (USD 416 million), a 62 percent increase in Sudanese pounds and a 37 percent increase in US dollar terms. FY EBITDA amounted to SDG 9.3 billion, up 67 percent (USD 171 million, up 41%), reflecting an EBITDA margin of 41 percent. Net income for the period reached SDG 3.3 billion, up 47 percent (USD 61 million, up 23%).

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Companies: Zain Sudan
Countries: Sudan
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