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The Greek soft drinks and juice group, EPSA, reported a net profit of €1.1m (US$1.0m) for 2001. Sales at the company reached €6.7m. The company is forecasting turnover of €8.2m ($8.0m) for 2002, while net profit is expected to be unchanged from 2001. EPSA invested some €1.19m in 1999 and €1.09m in 2000 upgrading plant and equipment.


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