Net income rose to 1.36 billion rubles ($58 million), from 383 million rubles a year earlier, Veliky Novgorod, Russia-based Acron said in an e-mailed statement today. Sales jumped 38 percent to 7.67 billion rubles.
Acron said June 25 the group's full-year profit more than doubled to 5.67 billion rubles.
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