UAE’s Aldar Properties reports 26.5 percent Q1 profit jump

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Emirati developer Aldar Properties (ALDAR.AD) on Wednesday reported a 26.5 percent increase in first-quarter profit driven by record quarterly sales and the inclusion of the financial results of Egypt developer SODIC, in which it co-owns a majority share.

The company made AED 688 million ($187 million) in the quarter, up from 544 million a year earlier, it said.


Revenue was up 31.5 percent to AED 2.68 billion.

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