Indoco Sees Profits Double
Despite Setbacks Caused By COVID-19 Pandemic
After reporting a loss after tax last year, India’s Indoco has recovered and reported a substantial post-tax profit, as well as operating profit that doubled in its latest financial year, despite battling supply chain issues caused by the coronavirus crisis.
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