Chemical firm DSM said on Tuesday that it expects to book record profits this year despite the less optimistic economic forecast for 2008.
The company announced a 27% increase in net profit to €162m and a 10% rise in turnover to €2.3bn in the first quarter.
Organic sales growth went up 14% due to strong business positions and favorable market conditions, the company said.Thank you for donating to DutchNews.nl.
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