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Azlan beats the Street

Networking not all bad...
Written by John Oates, Contributor

Networking not all bad...

Networking distributor Azlan made a robust start to the year, posting profits for the six months ended 30 September 2001 of £8m on turnover of £298m. Turnover increased 14 per cent over the period. Azlan chairman Barrie Morgans credited the company's pan-European business model for the increase. No dividend will be paid. Morgans said the company had seen no major changes as a result of 11 September.
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