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Currency movements a drag on Digicel figures

Mobile group says underlying growth still positive

30th June, 2016
Digicel upbeat despite dollar-related hits

Digicel, the mobile phone group

controlled by Denis O'Brien, has reported slightly lower revenue and profit figures for the year to the end of March, mainly due to adverse currency movements against the US dollar in some of its markets.

Digicel, which operates in 31 markets in the Caribbean, Central America and South Pacific, said service revenues in constant currency terms rose by 3 per cent to...

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