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Bulgarian gold miner Gorubso Kurdzhali grows 2018 net profit, revenue

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Bulgarian precious metals mining company Gorubso Kurdzhali said that its net profit grew to 2.3 million levs ($1.3 million/1.2 million euro) in 2018 from just 31,000 levs the year before.

The company’s sales revenue rose to 17.8 million levs last year from 14.5 million levs in 2017, Gorubso Kurdzhali said in an annual financial statement.

Personnel costs increased to 7.6 million levs in 2018 from 6.9 million levs in 2017, while expenses for materials edged up to 4.1 million levs from 4.0 million levs.

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