The net profit of Bera Holding rose by 26% to TRY 186.8m in the first half of the year (H1), compared to the same period of the previous year, according to a financial statement from the company. The holding ’s sales revenues also increased by 25% to TRY 1.7bn in this period. “The net financing cost decreased from TRY 96m to TRY 16m, compared to the previous period with the measures taken as part of the tight financing policy, which has been implemented since 2020. This improvement was an important factor in net profitability increase,” read the statement.
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