Abano reports 75 percent NPAT uplift to $2.8 mln on $207 mln turnover

Tue, 30 Jul 2013

July 30 (BusinessDesk) - Abano Healthcare Group has reported a 75 percent improvement in net earnings after tax for the year to May 31, and is looking to raise $15 million in coming months to pursue further growth in Asia and Australia. The group reported record total revenues of $207 million for the year, and NPAT before accounting for the share available to minority shareholders in subsidiaries of $4.055 million for the year, exactly the same NPAT sum as the year before. However, the portion attributable to Abano shareholders was up from $...
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