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Hama expects 12% revenue rise in Hungary in 2006

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Hama Kft, the Hungarian unit of German IT and photo equipment company Hama AG, expects to close 2006 with revenue of Ft 2.8 billion, 12% more than in 2005, the unit announced on Monday.

Sales rose the most among MP3 players and portable memory drives, the statement said. Memory cards for mobile phones were also a big seller. Sales of lenses for single lens reflex digital cameras rose 80%, and notebook case sales rose 50%.

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