SIIL reports 71.2 per cent rise in net realised profits

DOHA — In his annual Board of Directors' Report to the shareholders of Salam International Investment Limited (SIIL), delivered in the presence of representatives of the Qatari Ministry of Economy and Commerce, Deloitte and Touch,



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Mon 9 Apr 2007, 8:36 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 9:05 PM

the company's financial auditors, and representatives from the Doha Securities Market, Issa Abdul Salam Abu Issa, CEO and Chairman of SIIL, announced the results of the financial year 2006, stating an impressive increase of 71.2pc of realised profits, more than double increase of revenues and a healthy 44pc increase in earnings per share.

Abu Issa defined 2006 as "an excellent year for SIIL, one filled with major accomplishments and achievements" and pointed out that the 2006 general strategy of expansion and growth has proved successful and rewarding to the company's shareholders.


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