CHILE: Net profit at CCU hit by Argentine decline
The Chilean drinks group, Compania Cervecerias Unidas SA (CCU), has reported net profit for the first quarter of US$16.2m, a 62% decline from the first quarter last year. The fall was attributed to a weak performance from the company's Argentine operations, where sales were negatively affected by the devaluation of the Argentine peso. In addition, the first quarter of 2001 had been boosted by an extraordinary gain from the sale of its stake in the Peruvian beer producer, Backs & Johnston.
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