UPDATE 1-S.Africa's Imperial says FY headline EPS up 17 pct


(Adds further detail, background) JOHANNESBURG, Aug 29 (Reuters) - South African diversified transport and logistics group Imperial Holdings Ltd increased full-year headline earnings per share by 17 percent and said on Wednesday it expected good future earnings growth. Imperial said revenue in the year to end-June increased 22 percent to 66.2 billion rand ($9.15 billion), with solid contributions from its Leasing and Capital Equipment and Distributorships divisions. Imperial said ...

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