NAIROBI, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Automotive parts and engineering products distributor Car & General said rising sales on Friday pushed its full year pretax profit up 30 percent from a year earlier, but weaker local currencies in the region dampened profit growth. Pretax profit rose to 428 million shillings ($5.03 million), while earnings per share ticked up to 7.78 shillings for the year ended September last year, compared with 7.12 shillings in the previous year, Car & General said in ...
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