Richter AGM Approves HUF 390-per-share Dividend

Pharma

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Shareholders of Hungarian pharmaceutical company Gedeon Richter have approved payment of a HUF 390-per-share dividend on last year's earnings, the resolutions from an AGM held on Tuesday show, according to a report by news agency MTI.

The dividend fund comes to HUF 72.7 billion, equivalent to 46.4% of consolidated after-tax profit.

Richter paid HUF 225-per-share dividends on 2021 and 2020 earnings.

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