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British American Tobacco says increase in profit

25 February 2016, 19:34

Nairobi - British American Tobacco Kenya Ltd says for full year ended Dec 31, 2015 profit has increased by KES 1.1 billion.

Profit before tax is KES 7.14 billion shillings versus 6.10 billion shillings last year.

Full year net revenue was KES 22.26 billion shillings versus 21.03 billion shillings last yea.

The company recommends final dividend of 46.00 shillings which will be paid on may 12, 2016.

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