JOHANNESBURG, Aug 30 (Reuters) - South African transport group Imperial increased annual headline earnings by 26.1 percent to 1,222.1 cents and expected another year of good earnings growth, the firm said on Wednesday. Revenue increased 27 percent to 54.1 billion rand ($7.59 billion) while operating profit rose 31.4 percent to 4.5 billion rand, Imperial said in a statement. The group said on June 20 it expected annual headline EPS -- which excludes non-trading, capital and some ...
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