The mobile phone operator Telefónica Czech Republic’s net profit dropped by 16 percent to 5.7 billion crowns last year, the company said in a statement on Wednesday. The firm’s revenues decreased by 6.5 percent to 47.37 billion crowns; however, the number of its clients rose by 130,000, reaching 5.1 million. The company’s management will propose a dividend between 18 and 30 crowns per share. Telefónica, the largest Czech mobile operator, was last year acquired by the PPF investment group.
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