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WEEK 31/2009

Saturday, 1st of August, 2009

Eesti Energia's profit grew strongly
Eesti Energia's 1Q net profit grew 180.2% to EEK 337 million compared to 1Q last financial year.

Friday, 31st of July, 2009

Mainor Group grew profit
In first six months 2009 Mainor Group grew net profit 59% compared to respective period last year, informed company. Net profit was EEK 26 million. Mainor Group's board president Rainer Aunpu says that results can be considered good.

Tallinn Port's profit increased
AS Tallinn Port earned EEK 276 million net profit in first six months with EEK 657 million turnover. Turnover and profit grew respectively 7% and 9%. The fist six months of the year were successful for AS Tallinn Port, announced company.

Profit of Tallinn Port grows
AS Tallinn Port's net profit in first six months of the year was EEK 276 million, which is 9% growth compared to last year. Volume of goods was 15.4 million tons, which is 0.6 million ton growth (4%).

Tallinn Port surprised with good results
AS Tallinn Port earned EEK 276 million profit in first six months, which nearly 10% growth compared to respective period last year. Volume of goods grew 0.6 million tons in a year.
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Neste Eesti grows profit
Last year Neste Eesti's turnover and profit grew by nearly 20%. Company gave work to averagely 40 people and wage cost was EEK 14.9 million.

Turnover dropped, profit grew
Mainor Group's first six months' turnover dropped 7.5% while business income grew and net profit increased 59%.

AS Hotell Viru's profit last year was EEK 11,000,000. Hotell Viru's sale income grew 20% in 2008 compared to 2007, to EEK 91 million.

Monday, 27th of July, 2009

Heat production produces millions
Head producer Fortum Tartu's profit in 2008 was twice as big as profit a year earlier.

Service of air traffic profitable
Lennuliiklusteeninduse AS earned EEK 103 million business income in first six months 2009 with net profit EEK 13.3 million. During that period Tallinn Airport serviced 75,489 flights.

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