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Modest rise in Phyto Chem's profits

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HYDERABAD: Phyto Chem (India) Ltd has posted a turnover of Rs 5.21 crore and a net profit of Rs 38.59 lakh during the second quarter of the current fiscal as against a turnover of Rs 3.13 crore and a profit of Rs 27.50 lakh registered during the corresponding quarter in the previous year.

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