Sandvik


Integrating the FY22 numbers and one-off expenses

25/01/23 -"We have taken the opportunity of the release of the FY22 results to update our forecasts. In particular, and this is by far the biggest change, we have included the extraordinary restructuring ..."

Pages
47
Language
English
Published on
25/01/23
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