ALMA MEDIA’S INTERIM REPORT JANUARY-JUNE 2001

ALMA MEDIA CORP. STOCK EXCH.RELEASE 20 AUG. 2001, 4.00 PM 1(14) ALMA MEDIA’S INTERIM REPORT JANUARY-JUNE 2001 Consolidated net sales totalled 1458 MFIM / 245 MEUR (1448 MFIM / 244 MEUR). The Group’s operating profit was 15 MFIM / 3 MEUR (73 MFIM / 12 MEUR). The decrease in operating profit was caused by reduced revenues from sales of advertising time by MTV3 Channel and a rise in programme costs, as well as higher investments in the New Media business area and digital television compared to the same period last year. The Group’s full-year operating profit will be well below last year. KEY FIGURES MFIM 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 2001 2000 2001 2000 2001 Net sales 747 736 1458 1448 2880 Operating profit 60 50 15 73 93 - % of net sales 8.0 6.8 1.0 5.0 3.2 Profit before extraordinary items 47 46 0 74 70 - % of net sales 6.3 6.2 - 5.1 2.4 Equity ratio (%) 42 52 49 Gearing (%) 86 46 52 Gross capital expenditure 49 76 450 134 222 Full-time employees on average 2813 2892 2887 Earnings per share (FIM) 2.86 2.17 -0.32 3.33 2.77 MEUR 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 Net sales 126 124 245 244 484 Operating profit 10 8 3 12 16 Profit before extraordinary items 8 8 0 12 12 Gross capital expenditure 8 13 76 23 37 Earnings per share (euros) 0.48 0.36 -0.05 0.56 0.47 - Economic growth in Finland has slowed down noticeably. According to preliminary data released by Ad Facts Ltd, the volume of media advertising in Finland was a good 2 % lower between January and June 2001 than in the same period last year. Television advertising fell almost 9 % and newspaper advertising 2 %. - The afternoon newspaper market grew almost 4 %. Iltalehti’s circulation was audited on 9 August 2001. Iltalehti’s weekday circulation rose 8.4 % on the previous year to 132,836. The weekend edition’s circulation increased 5.1 % to 165,528. Both circulation figures are all-time highs. Iltalehti’s circulation income rose 20 % between January and June and the newspaper’s profitability has clearly improved. -Alpress’s overall performance developed positively during the period. Net sales increased 9 % and the operating profit 11 %. 2(14) - Alma Media decided to combine the cable channel TVTV! and digital channel City-TV into a single new entity called SubTV. This co-operation will save the company altogether 20 MFIM this and next year. Preparations for the launch of digital television in Finland on 27 August increased costs during the reporting period by 8 MFIM. The Group estimates that it will incur altogether 27 MFIM in costs from digital television for the whole year. - Business Information Group acquired a majority holding in Baltic News Service in May. Kauppalehti’s circulation sales rose 3 % but advertising sales were almost 2 % lower than in the comparable period owing in particular to a decrease in recruitment advertising. Net sales of Kauppalehti Online grew 27 %. Kauppalehti recorded an all-time high circulation of 85,147. Its circulation rose by 0.6 %. - The volume of television advertising also fell sharply in Sweden. Alma Media’s share of its Swedish associated company TV4 AB’s result was 14 (8) MFIM. The increase resulted from the Swedish parliament’s decision to release TV4 AB from its obligation to pay an operating licence fee for the entire first half of the year. - In Finland, a parliamentary committee set up by the ministry of transport and communications proposed that the operating licence fee levied on commercial channels be halved from 1 July 2002. No licence fee would be levied on digital channels. If adopted, this change will reduce Alma Media’s annual expenses by some 100 MFIM. - Alma Media acquired 33 % of Talentum Oyj’s shares at the end of March. Talentum’s January-June net sales totalled 366 (354) MFIM and its operating profit was 2 (91) MFIM. After goodwill amortization Talentum reduced Alma Media Group’s operating profit by 3 MFIM during the second quarter. - Alma Media Corporation sold an office and industrial property in Tampere at the end of June. The property covers a total area of 33,000 square metres, 20,000 square metres of which is leased for the Aamulehti press. Alma Media is also responsible for leasing the remaining space from the buyer. The property is currently fully leased under long-term contracts. Alma Media recorded a capital gain of 59 MFIM on the sale. The consolidated operating profit in the second quarter was 60 MFIM (50 MFIM). Operating profit includes the capital gain on the property sale. CHANGES IN GROUP STRUCTURE DURING Q2 Alma Media raised its holding in Baltic News Service to 85 % (26 %) in May. In this interim report Baltic News Service is consolidated in the Business Information Group’s figures as an associated company with an average holding of 39 %. Alprint sold its tabloid newspaper press to Pirkanmaan Lehtipaino Oy at the beginning of June. 3(14) GROUP PERFORMANCE DURING Q2 Business conditions for Alma Media deteriorated during the second quarter. The GNP growth rate has slowed down considerably and companies have cancelled or postponed their advertising expenditure. Demand for graphic products has weakened likewise in all markets except Russia. According to preliminary data published by Ad Facts Ltd the volume of media advertising declined 2.1 % between January and June. The decline strengthened towards the end of the period since in June media advertising was 8.7 % lower than last year. Especially pronounced was the decrease in recruitment advertising. Newspaper advertising declined 1.8 % and television advertising was down by as much as 8.6 % during the first six months. Magazine advertising increased 2.9 %, as did radio advertising by 3.3 %, cinema advertising by 38.8 % and Internet advertising by 5.7 %. Alma Media’s consolidated net sales grew 1.5 % during the second quarter to 747 MFIM (736 MFIM). The increase was due to good circulation growth by Alpress, and especially by Iltalehti, and the fact that the Broadcasting business area’s figures this year include the operations of Radio Nova. Net sales by the New Media business area rose 17 %. Alprint’s net sales declined almost 10 %. Alpress’s second-quarter operating profit almost reached the previous year’s record level despite an increase of over 10 % in paper prices, largely thanks to strong growth in Iltalehti’s circulation revenues The decrease in advertising expenditure in June was most strongly reflected in the performance of the Broadcasting and Business Information Group business areas. The decrease in television advertising and rise in programme costs reduced Broadcasting’s operating profit. The Swedish associated company TV4 AB’s profit contribution developed positively compared to the same period last year. The Group’s expenses during the second quarter totalled 66 MFIM, 9 % higher than in the same period last year. The most significant factors were the consolidation of Radio Nova as a subsidiary, the increase in paper prices, investments in new-media projects and digital television, and a general rise in payroll costs. 4(14) GROUP PERFORMANCE BETWEEN JANUARY AND JUNE BY BUSINESS AREA NET SALES BY BUSINESS AREA (MFIM) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Alpress 320 294 625 571 1 159 BIG 65 68 132 128 252 Broadcasting 264 259 500 516 1 000 New Media 28 24 55 46 95 Alprint 110 122 229 248 497 Parent company 24 23 48 46 92 Intragroup sales -64 -54 -131 -107 -215 Total 747 736 1 458 1 448 2 880 NET SALES BY BUSINESS AREA (MEUR) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Alpress 54 49 105 96 195 BIG 11 11 22 22 42 Broadcasting 44 44 84 87 168 New Media 5 4 9 8 16 Alprint 19 21 39 42 84 Parent company 4 4 8 8 15 Intragroup sales -11 -9 -22 -18 -36 Total 126 124 245 244 484 OPERATING PROFIT/LOSS BY BUSINESS AREA (MFIM) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Alpress 43 46 73 66 145 BIG 12 20 27 30 52 Broadcasting 5 17 -39 18 9 DigiTV project -5 0 -8 0 0 New Media -23 -11 -46 -19 -59 Alprint -17 -14 -27 -17 -29 Parent Company 47 -8 28 -12 -29 Group entries -2 0 7 7 4 Total 60 50 15 73 93 5(14) OPERATING PROFIT/LOSS BY BUSINESS AREA (MEUR) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Alpress 7 8 12 11 24 BIG 2 3 5 5 9 Broadcasting 1 3 -7 3 2 DigiTV project -1 0 -1 0 0 New Media -4 -2 -8 -3 -10 Alprint -3 -2 -5 -3 -5 Parent Company 8 -1 5 -2 -5 Group entries 0 0 1 1 1 Total 10 8 3 12 16 Alpress Alpress’s January-June net sales totalled 625 MFIM (571 MFIM) and the operating profit was 73 MFIM (66 MFIM). Of total net sales, 45 % came from advertising, 43 % from circulation revenues and 12 % from other sales. The latter figure included 52 MFIM from printing contracts to outside customers. Net sales were boosted in particular by a 10 increase in circulation revenues, most of all in Iltalehti. The profitability of the Group's northern newspapers developed favourably as well. Alpress was more successful in the advertising markets than on average in this sector, its advertising revenues growing by over one percent. The volume of external printing work was similarly higher than forecast. Alpress’s performance was depressed by a more than 10 % increase in newsprint prices. Business Information Group Business Information Group (BIG) comprises Kustannusosakeyhtiö Kauppalehti, Balance Consulting, Baltic News Service (85 %) and Suomen Uutislinkki Oy. BIG’s net sales amounted to 132 MFIM (128 MFIM) and the operating profit was 27 MFIM (30 MFIM). The decrease in operating profit was due to a decline in recruitment advertising in May and June, as well as to development projects started after the comparable period and a rise in labour costs. Kauppalehti’s circulation continued to show positive development. Its six-month circulation reached an all-time high of 85,147 (84,626). Circulation revenues increased by over 1 MFIM while advertising revenues declined by about the same amount. Kauppalehti Online’s net sales increased 27 % to approximately 10 MFIM. Balance Consulting’s net sales slightly exceeded 2 MFIM. Baltic News Service was treated as an associated company during this period with an average holding of 39 %. 6(14) Broadcasting The Broadcasting business area consists of MTV3 Channel, the cable channel TVTV!, Radio Nova and MTV3-Tele. Broadcasting’s result also includes the Swedish TV4 AB’s contribution as an associated company. Television viewing remain at almost the same level as last year during the reporting period. Despite this, however, television lost market share in media advertising. Its market share between January and June was 20.1 % ( 21.4 %). MTV was highly successful in the competition for television viewers. MTV3 Channel’s share of total viewing time was 40.5 % (40.1 %) and TVTV!’s share was 0.8 % (0.4 %). MTV3 Channel’s share of prime-time viewing was 40.7 % (39.5 %). MTV3 Channel’s Seitsemän (Seven o’Clock) and Kymmenen (Ten o’Clock) news broadcasts were rated the most popular in the country. The ten films that attracted the most viewers during the period were broadcast by MTV3 Channel. The Formula I races and the new adventure programmes Far Out and Suuri Seikkailu (Big Adventure) were similarly high successful among viewers. Despite its greater share of viewing time MTV3 Channel’s advertising revenues decreased 55 MFIM, which reduced the company’s operating profit by approximately 40 MFIM. Broadcasting’s net sales totalled 500 MFIM (516 MFIM) and the business unit recorded an operating loss of 39 MFIM (operating profit 18 MFIM). Programme costs and variable costs increased altogether 30 MFIM. Broadcasting's cost-cutting programme has forged ahead as planned. Annual savings from Q4 will be 35-40 MFIM. Radio Nova’s net sales rose 5 % on the previous year and its profitability improved. Nova’s profitability has been particularly good during the summer months. Net sales of MTV3-Tele, which became a subsidiary in July 2000, slightly exceeded 12 MFIM and its profitability was good. The Swedish parliament released TV4 AB from its obligation to pay an operating licence fee for the first six months of the year, which improved the company’s six-month result by approximately 200 MSEK. TV4 AB’s contribution to Broadcasting’s operating profit rose accordingly to 14 MFIM (8 MFIM). At the same time the Swedish parliament also urged the government to review the principles underlying the operating licence fee in future years. In Finland, a parliamentary working committee appointed by the ministry of transport and communications submitted its proposal for the future funding of Yleisradio (the Finnish Broadcasting Company). Under this proposal MTV3 Channel’s operating licence fee would be halved from 1 July 2002, which would mean an annual saving of approximately 100 MFIM. The proposal also recommends that the digital channels due to start broadcasting in August would not be subject to an operating licence fee. 7(14) New Media Alma Media is the leading Internet service provider in Finland in terms of number of users. New Media’s net sales increased 20 % to 55 MFIM (46 MFIM). Especially positive growth was evident in the business unit’s classified services and MTV Teletext. The business unit reported an operating loss of 46 MFIM (-19 MFIM). The main reason for the increase in operating loss was the start-up of projects after the comparable period. KCRnet Oy and Communications Base Finland Oy alone accounted for 13 MFIM of the loss. It was decided during the period to terminate the Base operation owing to its weaker than forecast performance. KCRnet’s business plan will be revised. New Media’s operations are being increasingly focused on profitable activities. Its development activities will be revised at the same time. Net Media’s operating loss is expected to be reduced in the fourth quarter and its operations are forecast to return a profit in 2002. Digital TV Alma Media will begin digital TV transmissions on 27 August 2001 as previously planned with broadcasts by the digital MTV3 Channel(100%), the regional SubTV (100 %) and Urheilukanava (Sports Channel), which is 50 % owned by Alma Media. In June Alma Media decided to combine its cable TV channel TVTV! and the regional digital channel CityTV into a single new entity, SubTV, that will exploit both the analogue cable network and the digital transmission network. The company estimates that it will save altogether 20 MFIM in costs this year and the next by expanding co-operation in programming and marketing between the cable and regional digital channels. This co-operation will also ensure that both Alma Media’s digital channels have their own groups of viewers in analogue networks even if the penetration of digital receivers should develop more slowly than forecast. Digital TV will add some 27 MFIM to the Group’s costs this year compared to last year. The original budget provided for costs of about double this amount. Alprint Alprint’s operations comprise a specialized magazine printing press in Rahola, Tampere, and a specialized comic printing press in Hyvinkää. Alprint sold its tabloid newspaper rotation press to an outside company in Tampere in June. Printing companies have continued to compete heavily on prices throughout the period, a situation that has been exacerbated by falling demand in all markets except Russia. 8(14) Alprint’s January-June net sales decreased 8 % to 229 MFIM (248 MFIM). Alprint posted an operating loss of 27 MFIM (-17 MFIM), which was principally caused by difficulties at the Rahola unit. Measures are being taken to raise the unit’s cost efficiency during the remainder of the year. Parent company The Group’s real estate assets are the responsibility of the parent company. The property sale during the second quarter raised the parent company’s operating profit to 28 MFIM (-12 MFIM). Writedowns of technology shares totalled 3 MFIM. A further 3 MFIM in writedowns were made in the New Media business area. The parent company’s net sales were on the same level as in the comparable period. BALANCE SHEET The consolidated balance sheet totalled 2760 MFIM (2497 MFIM) on 30 June 2001. The equity ratio was 42 % (49 % on 31 December 2000) and shareholders’ equity per share was 69.86 FIM (75.73 FIM on 31 December 2000). INVESTMENTS AND FINANCING The Group’s capital expenditure totalled 450 MFIM (134 MFIM). Over MFIM 350 of this covered the acquisition of the Talentum Oyj shares on the Helsinki Exchanges at the end of March 2001. Other investments during the period related to normal maintenance and replacement items. Cash reserves amounted to MFIM 116 on 30 June (31 December 2000: 112 MFIM). Interest-bearing loans totalled 1060 MFIM (639 MFIM) and gearing was 86 % (31 December 2000: 52 %). The increase in interest-bearing loans was caused by short-term debt raised to finance the acquisition of the Talentum Oyj shares. PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATION The average number of employees during the period was 2813 (2892). Personnel also included 1341 (1335) part-time employees. Mr Heikki Salonen was appointed president of Alprint Oy in May. Mr Salonen is also responsible for the Rahola heatset unit in Tampere. Management resources at Rahola were strengthened. Alma Media’s executive vice president Risto Takala took over responsibility for Alma Media’s Group services and real estate management. ) THE ALMA MEDIA SHARE Altogether 616,000 (722,000) Series I shares and 1,517,000 (3,062,000) Series II shares were traded on the Helsinki Exchanges during the period. 9(14 Trading of the A warrants attached to the 1999 bond with warrants began on the Helsinki Exchanges during the period. The A warrants may be exercised from 28 May 2001 and the B warrants from 28 May 2003. Each warrant series will remain in force until 30 June 2006. Trading in these warrants has been very minor. Alma Media Corporation’s market capitalization on 30 June was 348 MEUR (561 MEUR). The Board of Directors has no unexercised authorizations to increase the share capital. Share price (euros) 1 January – 29 June 2001 Highest Lowest 29 June 2001 Series I 25.00 16.00 25.00 Series II 24.50 15.00 20.00 A warrants 6.00 3.50 6.00 SUBSEQUENT EVENTS Mr Jouko Jokinen was appointed editor of the Pori regional newspaper Satakunnan Kansa from 1 September, when the newspaper’s current editor Tapio Metsä retires. Mr Jokinen will become editor- in-chief on 1 February 2002 on the retirement of the current editor—in-chief Erkki Teikari. Measures are underway to raise the profitability of Alprint Oy’s Rahola unit and to streamline its operations in line with the prevailing market conditions. Personnel negotiations on this matter were started at the end of July concerning the renewal of local employment contracts and the unit’s financial condition. Three months’ notice is required for cancellation of local employment contracts. Redundancies may be necessary. PROSPECTS TO THE YEAR END Alma Media’s business environment has clearly deteriorated in the past few months. An exceptional number of uncertainty factors are affecting the national economy and the media markets at the moment and for this reason the company is unable to accurately forecast developments to the end of the year. Consolidated net sales in the third quarter will remain at last year’s level but the operating loss in the third quarter will be higher than last year owing mainly to the poorer outlook for the Broadcasting business unit and the higher investments in digital television compared to last year. The Group’s result for the full year will depend above all on how the media markets develop in October and November, the most important months in the year with respect to advertising revenues. New Media division is expected to show better performance than in the comparable period last year. 10(14) Consolidated net sales are expected to reach last year’s level but the consolidated operating profit is forecast to remain well below last year’s figure. Alma Media derives roughly two-thirds of its net sales from media advertising and to this extent the Group is dependent on general market trends. The Group is currently focusing on cost management in its programme to raise profitability. The main areas for improving cost efficiency are MTV Oy and the Alprint and New Media business areas. Streamlining measures undertaken in MTV Oy this year will reduce MTV’s annual costs by 35-40 MFIM starting from the final quarter of the current year. The halving of the operating licence fee from 1 July 2002, should this be approved, will reduce MTV’s cost load by about 50 MFIM next year and by 100 MFIM annually thereafter. Personnel negotiations were started in Alprint at the end of July to determine the measures necessary to raising the business area’s performance. The New Media business area has already begun to streamline its operations this year. Its performance is expected to improve henceforth every quarter and its target is to reach breakeven level in 2002. Alma Media Group’s interim report for the first nine months of the year will be published on 7 November 2001. The figures in this interim report are unaudited. 11(14) CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT (MFIM) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 NET SALES 747 736 1 458 1 448 2 880 Share of associated companies results 15 12 11 12 27 Other operating income 64 2 72 15 44 Operating expenses -766 -700 -1 526 -1 402 -2 858 OPERATING PROFIT 60 50 15 73 93 Financial income and expenses -13 -4 -15 1 -23 PROFIT BEFORE EXTRA'Y ITEMS 47 46 0 74 70 Extra'ry income 0 0 0 0 1 Extra'y expenses 0 -15 -3 -15 -21 PROFIT BEFORE TAXES AND MINORITY INTEREST 47 31 -3 59 50 Taxes -1 -11 -3 -20 -19 Minority interest -1 0 -2 0 -2 NET PROFIT/LOSS FOR THE PERIOD 45 20 -8 39 29 CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT (MEUR) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 NET SALES 126 124 245 244 484 Share of associated companies results 3 2 2 2 5 Other operating income 11 0 12 3 7 Operating expenses -129 -118 -257 -236 -481 OPERATING PROFIT 10 8 3 12 16 Financial income and expenses -2 -1 -3 0 -4 PROFIT BEFORE EXTRA'Y ITEMS 8 8 0 12 12 Extra'y income 0 0 0 0 0 Extra'y expenses 0 -3 -1 -3 -4 PROFIT BEFORE TAXES AND MINORITY INTEREST 8 5 -1 10 8 Taxes 0 -2 -1 -3 -3 Minority interest 0 0 0 0 0 NET PROFIT/LOSS FOR THE PERIOD 8 3 -1 7 5 12(14) CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET (MFIM/MEUR) 2001 2000 2000 30 Jun. 30 Jun. 31 Dec. MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR ASSETS FIXED ASSETS Intangible assets 122 21 90 15 105 18 Goodwill on consolidation 104 17 104 17 112 19 Tangible assets 795 134 992 167 932 157 Investments 1 043 175 721 121 698 117 CURRENT ASSETS Inventories 299 50 265 45 266 45 Receivables 281 47 246 41 314 53 Cash and bank 116 20 79 13 112 19 2 760 464 2 497 420 2 539 427 2001 2000 2000 30 Jun. 30 Jun. 31 Dec. MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND LIABILITIES SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY 1 099 185 1 220 205 1 191 200 MINORITY INTEREST 14 2 18 3 16 3 PROVISIONS 9 2 30 5 19 3 LIABILITIES Long-term 566 95 241 41 604 102 Short-term 1 072 180 988 166 709 119 2 760 464 2 497 420 2 539 427 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (MFIM) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Gross capital expenditure on fixed assets 49 76 450 134 222 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (MEUR) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 Gross capital expenditure on fixed assets 8 13 76 23 37 13(14) GROUP CONTINGENT LIABILITIES (MFIM/MEUR) 2001 2000 2000 30 Jun. 30 Jun. 31 Dec. MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR MFIM MEUR For own commitments Pledges 1 0 1 0 1 0 Mortgages on land and buildings 58 10 227 38 228 38 Chattel mortgages 33 6 142 24 140 24 Guarantees 26 4 22 4 26 4 For associated companies Guarantees 0 0 4 1 0 0 Other own commitments Leasing commitments 7 1 6 1 9 2 Other commitments 11 2 2 0 2 0 136 23 404 68 406 68 Maturity of Group's leasing commitments(MFIM) Between 1 July - 31 Dec. 2001 2 2 5 After 2001 5 4 4 PERSONNEL ON AVERAGE BY BUSINESS AREA 2001 2000 2000 1-6 1-6 1-12 Alpress 1 239 1 252 1 247 BIG 190 170 176 Broadcasting 571 629 623 New Media 198 84 106 Alprint 543 695 670 Parent company 72 62 65 Total 2 813 2 892 2 887 Plus part-time employees 1 341 1 335 1 349 PER SHARE DATA (FIM) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 EPS 2,86 2,17 -0,32 3,33 2,77 Shareholders equity/ share 69,86 77,54 75,73 14(14) PER SHARE DATA (EUR) 2001 2000 2001 2000 2000 4-6 4-6 1-6 1-6 1-12 EPS 0,48 0,36 -0,05 0,56 0,47 Shareholders equity/ share 11,75 13,04 12,74 Net sales and operating profit by quarter (MFIM) I/00 II/00 III/00 IV/00 2000 Net sales 712 736 632 800 2 880 Operating profit 23 50 -6 26 93 I/01 II/01 Net sales 711 747 Operating profit -45 60 ALMA MEDIA CORPORATION Ahti Martikainen, Vice President, Corporate Communications and IR Further information: Mr Matti Packalén, President and CEO, + 358 9 5078715 Ms Ritva Sallinen, CFO, + 358 9 5078708 Mr Ahti Martikainen, Vice President, +358 9 507 8514 and www.almamedia.fi.
  • Date: 20.8.2001, 08:00
  • News type: Stock exchange release

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