BELGRADE, May 29 (Reuters) - Serbian companies have reported a total of $4.8 billion profit for 2005, double the figure posted the previous year, the Finance Ministry said on Monday. The calculation was based on financial statements of companies subject to an end-year corporate tax, it said. "Cumulative profit of Serbian companies in 2005 stood at 331.12 billion dinars ($4.84 billion), compared to their cumulative 2004 profit of 136.87 billion dinars ($2 billion)," the ministry said in a ...
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