TABLE-Indonesia's Permata H1 net profit rises 39 pct


JAKARTA, July 30 (Reuters) - Following are the results of PT Bank Permata Tbk for the six month period ended June 30. (in billions of rupiah unless stated) 2007 2006 Net Profit 198.23 vs 142.60 Net interest income 1,168.07 vs 922.25 Operating profit 292.65 vs 225.38 Earnings per share (rph) 25.01 vs 18.14 NOTE - PT Bank Permata Tbk is controlled by a consortium comprising Standard Chartered and Indonesia's largest automotive distributor, PT Astra International Tbk .

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