Business news from Ukraine

MONDELEZ SEES NET PROFIT RISE IN UKRAINE BY 63%

PrJSC Mondelez Ukraine (previously Kraft Foods Ukraine) in 2018 saw its net profit rise by 63%, to UAH 450.6 million.
According to the company’s report, its revenue amounted to UAH 5.9 billion (24% more). Confectionery made up 42% of the revenue, cookies 24%, salty snacks 17%, the rest were cocoa products and snacks.
The share of exports in total sales amounted to 57%.
The company has no long-term liabilities, while its current liabilities for 2018 rose by 33%, to UAH 1.9 billion.
Last year’s retained earnings amounted to UAH 1.4 billion (16% less).
PrJSC Mondelez Ukraine is part of Mondelez International, one of the world’s largest producers of chocolate goods, cookies, candies, and chewing gum.

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MONDELEZ TO PAY UAH 128.8 MLN OF DIVIDENDS IN UKRAINE

Shareholders in private joint-stock company Mondelez Ukraine (earlier Kraft Foods Ukraine) decided to pay UAH 128.78 million in dividends for 2011.
According to a company report in the information disclosure system of the National Commission for Securities and the Stock Market, the decision was made on April 5.
The dividends will be paid from April 24 through October 5, 2018.
Mondelez Ukraine is part of Mondelez International group of companies, one of the world’s largest producers of chocolate goods, cookies, sweets, and chewing gum.
The company in Ukraine includes Trostianets confectionery factory (Sumy region) and Chips Lux LLC subsidiary company (Kyiv region).
Kraft Foods Entity Holdings B.V. operates as a subsidiary of Mondelez International.

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