Non-consolidated revenues total 51.806 mln leva (26.4 mln euros), which is 1.47% down year on year. The decline is attributed to weaker results from operations with financial instruments, which are down from 49.1 mln leva to 36.1 mln leva (18.4 mln euros) in this year's H1.
Operating costs fell from 11.27 mln leva to 6.6 mln leva (3.3 mln euros).
Chimimport's core capital stands at 150 mln leva (76.6 mln euros) and equity capital is at 581.1 mln leva (297 mln euros). A week ago, the general meeting of shareholders authorized the Management Board to increase the company's capital to up to 200 mln leva (102.2 mln euros).
The holding's assets reach 826.5 mln leva (422.5 mln euros), against 777.9 mln leva a year ago. The company has interest in CCB Asset Management, Oil and Gas Exploration and Production, Zarneni Hrani Bulgaria, Central Cooperative Bank, Molet, etc.
Chimimport Invest Jsc controls 76.54% of the company's capital and Julius Bear Investment Management has 7.52%. Some 17,564 shares traded hands on BSE yesterday at prices between 7.79 and 8 leva.