November 26, 2001
DiData profits down by 15% but expects to "weather the storm"

The much-anticipated full year results from Dimension Data for the year ended September 30, 2001 were released last week, and, although turnover from continuing operations (before acquisitions) grew from $1,9bn to $2,1bn, operating income from continuing operations plummeted from $210m to $134m.

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