Richter shareholders approve to pay 28% of 2012 in dividend

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The annual general meeting of Hungarian drug company Richter approved the board's proposal to pay a dividend of HUF 660 per share. Richter also paid a dividend of HUF 660 per share last year. The dividend fund is HUF 12.27 billion or 28% of the parent company's HUF 43.91 billion after-tax profit according to Hungarian accounting standards. The remaining HUF 31.64 billion will go into profit reserves. The company's consolidated IFRS report approved by shareholders shows profit for the year of HUF 49.08 billion income on total assets of HUF 672.24 billion.

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