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Greaves Cotton posts six-fold increase in net

Our Bureau

Mumbai , Nov. 2

GREAVES Cotton Ltd, a B.M. Thapar Group company, reported a six-fold increase in net profit for the quarter ended September 30, 2004, to Rs 12.72 crore over Rs 2.13 crore in the corresponding period of 2003.

It reported a total income and profit before extraordinary items for the current period at Rs 170.88 crore and Rs 18.80 crore compared to Rs 165.38 crore and Rs 4.93 crore respectively.

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