Solid growth and conservative plans reinforce Spanish firms' confidence
Spain's leading independents have posted solid results for 2008, with three of the country's largest firms seeing revenues increase by 8% or more. Uria Menendez, the country's top corporate firm, has posted provisional results for the year ending 31 December showing that revenues increased by 8%, taking turnover to around E174m (£152m), up from e161.2m (£140.6m) in 2007.Meanwhile, fellow top 10 firms Gomez-Acebo & Pombo and Roca Junyent have both posted double-digit growth in revenues.
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