Norsk Hydro


Dismal Q4 profitability, though it’s not the end of the road

08/02/19 -"The continuation of disruptions took a major toll on Norsk’s Q4 performance, with operating margins being reduced to negligible levels. Moreover, the high-potential Primary Metal and Rolled Products ..."

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08/02/19
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