Holmen


Near-term margin correction isn't a major worry

15/05/19 -"While Paperboard's on-going challenges and normalisation in other divisions (ex. Forest) is likely to result in margins falling in 2019, the profitability in absolute terms is expected to remain ..."

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15/05/19
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