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Hasbro Irish profits suffered 25 per cent drop in 2003

The Irish division of board game giant Hasbro suffered a 25 per cent drop in pre-tax profits in 2003, according to accounts just filed.

21st May, 2005

The Irish division of board game giant Hasbro suffered a 25 per cent drop in pre-tax profits in 2003, according to accounts just filed.

The subsidiary, which is based in Waterford, manufactures and distributes well-known board games such as Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit and Connect 4.

It also makes Playdoh for children. Hasbro Ireland also holds contracts to manufacture products for other toymakers.

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