Pharmaceuticals Company Increases Sales by One Percent in 1999
Ljubljana, 14 January - COMPANIES/LEK
Despite difficult conditions in some foreign markets, the Slovene pharmaceuticals company Lek increased its sales by one percent to SIT 46.5 billion in 1999 from 1998. Lower sales in Lek's key markets, namely Croatia, Russia and the U.S., have been compensated for with increased sales in the domestic markets as well as Central and Eastern Europe, Chairman of the Management Board Metod Dragonja told the press on Friday.
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