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Kraft Foods Slovakia earned profit in 2003

FOOD company Kraft Foods Slovakia closed the year 2003 with a profit of Sk60.2 million (€1.5 million). This is an increase of almost Sk9 million (€224,000) over that of 2002. Total revenues rose by 0.6 percent to Sk3.7 billion (€92.6 million). The company's costs jumped by 0.4 percent year-on-year to Sk3.66 billion (€91.1 million). Kraft Foods International owns a majority share in Kraft Foods Slovakia.

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