Hyundai Steel's Q1 Net Rises Nearly Five-Fold

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

According to an Apr 27 report from TradingMarkets.com, Hyundai Steel Co. (KSE;004020), South Korea's No. 2 steelmaker, said its net profit rose nearly five-fold in the first quarter from a year ago thanks to increased sales. The company earned $222.2m in the three months to March, compared with 51.5 billion won a year ago

(Source: TradingMarkets.com)

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