Borealis posts stronger net profit in Q2
The company cited stronger margins for integrated polyolefins producers as the main reason behind their stronger net profit. However, Borealis’ net sales decreased slightly to €2.04 billion ($2.26 billion) in the second quarter of 2015, down from €2.09 billion ($2.32 billion) in the April-June period of the previous year while net sales dropped to €4.03 billion ($4.47 billion) in the January-June period from €4.35 billion ($4.83 billion) a year earlier.
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