Uncertain take on a vulnerable producer

Laschinger, Kirsty
November 2004
Finance Week;11/15/2004, p33
Presents the annual financial reports of Sasani. Challenges faced by Sasani; Financial performance of the company; Effort of the company to combat the factors affecting the corporate performance; Question on whether or not the growth in operating profit was flattered by the release of provisions.


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