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Morocco Telecom realizes a net net result of a group of approximately 430 million Euros across the 3 trimesters of 2019



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22.10.2019 à 01h18
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APA

Telecommunications operator Maroc Telecom has announced a net net result of a group of approximately 430 million Euros (4.6 billion DH) under its first premiere in 2019, progressing 1.3% on a comparable basis. This report is attributable principally to the amelioration of activities in Morocco, exploring Morocco Telecom in a communiqué on all results consolidated on 30 September, indicating comparable base effects. consolidation of "Tigo Tchad" as effective only on 1 July 2018, maintaining a constant change rate of Dirham / Ouguiya / Franc CFA and neutralizing IFRS16 application effect on results Operating Depreciation Operations (EBITDA), Operating Adjustment Results (EBITA), Net Operating Results by Group, Operating Flows Nets (CFFOs) adjusted and detached nette.

According to EBITA of the Maroc Telecom group a 6.2% growth rate by September 2018 (+ 6.3% comparable basis) for 8.989 million dirhams (1 euro = 10.7 DH), principal port by the EBITDA margin, save the same source, noting that the exploitation rate is 1.7 points to 32.9%.

Exhaustion of airfields (CA), bypassing 27.3 billion DH, at 0.6% (+ 0.9% on a comparable basis), relative to CA at Morocco ( + 1.3%).

As of September 2019, activities in Morocco were generating a CA of 16.3 billion DH, at a 1.3% cache rate, provided by the Data Mobile continuum. EBITDA is approximately 9.2% to 9.3 billion DH (+ 7.3% on a comparable basis), substantially substantially lower than the operating margin, with the effect of ameliorating the EBITDA margin. for achieving a level of 57.3% (+3.1 point of comparable base).


This international flight, with concurrent and regulated pressure, the activities of the Group on a continuous basis prior to a resilience, recording a CA of 12 billion DH at the first premiums over the year, with a return of 0 , 7% to base comparable.

This evolution was not implemented by the deployment of mobile terminals, not only in Mali and in Côte d'Ivoire, but also by the recurring international entrant sous effect of OTTs. As far as app termination rates are concerned, CA is at 0.9% on a comparable basis, due to the progress of Data and Mobile Money services.


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