Adcock Struggles As South African Healthcare Awaits Relief
Company Also Strikes Aspen Deal And Names New Chairperson And Company Secretary
Despite a slight increase in revenue, South Africa’s Adcock continues to struggle as it reports a continued drop in gross profit. The company expects the economy to remained constrained due to COVID-19, but is eagerly anticipating recovery with the government’s vaccine roll-out.
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