Agility’s Q1 Profit Falls 52%

Kuwait-based Agility has said its first-quarter profit had dropped 52% and predicted declines in the next four quarters, Bloomberg has reported. Net income fell to KD17.6m ($61m) as revenue dropped 17% to KD127.5m, the firm said.

‘Agility is likely to face declining profitability over the course of the next four quarters, as a result of major US government contracts winding down in Iraq, recovery from the global recession, and the financial impact of the legal dispute with the US government,’ Tarek Sultan, Agility chairman said in a statement.

( AME Info FZ LLC )

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