WMU posts lower H1 net profit


Indonesian poultry integrator Widodo Makmur Unggas (WMU) posted USD 4.8 million in net profit in H1, down 15.8% yoy. Sales from the broiler and egg segments decreased by 70.3% and 81.3%, respectively, but sales from the feed and carcass segments increased by 42.2% and 0.8%, respectively. The disrup...

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