SLOVENIA: Successful First Half For Polzela Socks
Despite incurring higher costs and expenses in the first half of 2001, the Polzela sock factory has reported a 12.5 per cent increase in operating revenue, to 2.3 billion Slovenian tolars ($8.96 million). Net profit for the six months from January to June grew by 8 per cent to 87 million tolars ($339,000).
The company said the results were in line with expectations.
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