Sales revenues of Macedonian retailer Skopski Pazar edge up in Jan-Sep 2012.

By bne IntelliNews October 29, 2012
Sales revenues of retailer Skopski Pazar inched up by 0.04% y/y to MKD 1.27bn (EUR 20.7mn) in Jan-Sep, according to the unconsolidated income statement published on the website of the Macedonian Stock Exchange. All sales were made in Macedonia. The companys operating profit dropped by 31.3% y/y to MKD 37.7mn in the first nine months of this year, but its net profit expanded by 36% y/y to MKD 24.1mn over the period. Total assets of Skopski Pazar stood at MKD 2.47bn at end-June and its equity amounted to MKD 853.7mn.
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