NamBrew reports healthy profit growth

14 September 2018 | Business

Namibia Breweries made a profit of nearly N$397.7 million for the ended 30 June 2018, the locally listed company announced on the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX).
Compared to the previous financial year, profit rose by about 19.9%.
Revenue, however, dropped by 0.8% to nearly N$2.69 billion.
NamBrew is listed on the Local Index of the NSX. It closed at N$45.03 per share on Thursday. Its share price has gained 15.4% since the beginning on the year.
Read the full report Monday in Market Watch.

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