Russian retailer Dixy 2012 revenues rise 44 pct
MOSCOW Jan 23 (Reuters) - Russian food retailer Dixy said on Wednesday its consolidated revenues rose 43.8 percent last year to 147 billion roubles ($4.86 billion), boosted by its acquisition of rival Victoria in the middle of 2011.
Revenues were up 20.8 percent on a pro-forma basis, including Victoria results from the beginning of 2011, Dixy said in a statement.
It expected 2012 pro-forma sales to grow by 20-22 percent. ($1 = 30.2590 Russian roubles) (Reporting and writing by Maria Kiselyova; Editing by Lidia Kelly)
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