Sahara Petrochemicals reports financial results for Q1
The company attributed the rise in its net profit to the improved results of its subsidiaries, Saudi Acrylic Acid Company and Tasnee and Sahara Olefins Company.
On a quarterly basis, however, the company’s net profit decreased by 37.34% due to a drop in Al-Waha Petrochemical Company’s profits after a scheduled maintenance shutdown in Q1.
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