Sopharma's sales up by 6% last year
This article was originally published in Scrip
Unconsolidated sales of Sopharma, the second-largest pharmaceutical company in Bulgaria, increased by almost 6% to Lev169.9 million ($113.4 million) last year. Its net profit was affected by growing labour and raw material costs and fell by 30% to Lev19.2 million.
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