FRANCE: Boisset reports 22% rise in attributable profit
The Burgundy-based wine group, Grands Vins Jean-Claude Boisset SA, reported net attributable profit of €6.0m (US$5.3m) for 2001, a 22% improvement on last year. Pre-tax profit reached €7.7m in 2001 against €7.8m in 2000. Boisset, which sells wines, sparkling wines and spirits, recorded an operating profit of €13.6m for 2001, up marginally from the 2000 figure of €13.1m. Sales at the group rose by 7% in 2001 to €235.9m.
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