Bouygues hopeful despite fall in revenues

By Joe Malone24 February 2016

French-based Bouygues has recorded revenues of €32.43 billion for 2015 – a 2% decrease from the €33.14 billion recorded for 2014.

Despite this decline, current operating profit was up 6% year-on-year to €941 million.

The company said that thanks to its strategy of transforming its business segments, the group should continue to improve its profitability in 2016.

Bouygues added, “The construction businesses will continue targeted growth in international markets and broaden their portfolio of offers with innovative products and services in both their existing markets and new market segments.

“Their profitability is expected to improve starting in 2016.”

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