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Shipping Corporation posts 23% higher profit in Jan-Mar

English Desk
  29 May 2023, 11:48

Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) made a Tk 62.23 crore profit in the third quarter of the current financial year, an increase of more than 23 per cent year-on-year.

The state-run enterprise clocked a profit of Tk 50.49 crore in the same January-March quarter of 2021-22.

Thus, the earnings per share rose to Tk 4.08 in the first quarter of 2022-2023 from Tk 3.31 in the same quarter of 2021-2022.

Similarly, BSC posted a 7.75 per cent higher profit at Tk 190.52 crore in July-March of FY23, which was Tk 176.79 crore during the identical nine-month period of FY22. So, the EPS rose to Tk 12.49 from Tk 11.59.


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