S.Africa's Unitrans up H1 headline EPS by 23 pct

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JOHANNESBURG, Feb 22 (Reuters) - South African transport and logistics group Unitrans increased first-half headline earnings per share by 23 percent, driven by strong growth at its auto retail businesses, the company said on Wednesday. Unitrans said headline EPS -- the main profit measure for South African companies which excludes capital, non-trading and certain one-off items -- was 212.6 cents for the six months to Dec. 31 while revenue increased 22 percent to 6.8 billion rand ($1.11 ...

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