Asseco Poland


Very solid 2019; co-operation with Cyfrowy and further digitalisation should drive results

31/03/20 -"Asseco Poland delivered strong results for 2019, which apart from net income after minorities were above our estimates. We expect a continuation of the positive trend as: 1) the backlog for 2020 was ..."

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31/03/20
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