NTR’s great expectations

Chief executive Jim Barry has diversified his company’s activities and is playing a waiting game with high-risk ventures.

21st July, 2007

Chief executive Jim Barry has diversified his company’s activities and is playing a waiting game with high-risk ventures.

There are few billion-euro companies that can trot out pre tax profits of just over €1 million without a shareholder revolution. But for infrastructure developer NTR, a hefty balance in the bank of investor patience means that crunch time remains a long way off.

Last week’s results were bang in line with expectations, with revenues...

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