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Bus/Financial / Sales reports
|English term or phrase: SEK 180,615 M (120,392)|
Net sales in 2001 totaled SEK 180,615 M (120,392), an increase of 50% compared with 2000.
Does anybody know what the number between parentheses is? I don't seem to find any relationship to the first number. At first I thought it would be a dollar amount but then checked in the Web and there are numbers that don't make any sense. See below other examples:
Holdings by SEK -355 m. (0)
Operations by SEK 359 m. (1,458).
SEK -5,418 m. (-5,141)
SEK -4,219 m. (-4,218).
Note: SEK stands for Swedish Krona (Currency of Sweden)
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