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Ingersoll Q1 net down 36 pc

Our Bureau

Bangalore , July 27

INGERSOLL Rand India Ltd said its net profit for first quarter of the current financial year slid 36.49 per cent to Rs 7.03 crore from Rs 11.07 crore a year ago. Total income also fell 6.4 per cent to Rs 103.25 crore (Rs. 110.32 crore).

Revenue from infrastructure business dipped to Rs 46.06 crore (Rs 67.41 crore)However, air solutions business reported higher revenue at Rs. 50.65 crore (Rs 37.80 crore).

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