Tepco’s ordinary profit of 2015 first quarter got the highest ever / Increased by 307.8 percent over last year

On 7/29/2015, Tepco announced their ordinary profit increased by 307.8% over last year and became the highest in their corporation history.

It is the first quarter of 2015. Their ordinary profit was 214 billion yen on consolidated basis. On single base, it was 202 billion yen and it increased by 417.1% over last year.


Tepco states this is largely owing to the low price of crude oil since last year and their corporation effort to cut down the cost, which led to the decrease of ordinary expenses by 11.7% over last year.






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Record absolu de bénéfices au 1er trimestre 2015 pour Tepco : 307,8 % de plus que l’an dernier


Le 29 juillet 2015, Tepco annonce que ses bénéfices ordinaires ont augmenté de 307,8 % par rapport à l’an derner et atteint leur record depuis la création de l’entreprise.

Il s’agit du premier trimestre 2015. Leurs bénéfices ont été de 214 milliards de yens sur une base consolidée. En base simple, ils sont de 202 milliards de yens, soit 417,1 % de plus par rapport à l’an dernier.

Tepco affirme que c’est largement du à la baisse des prix du pétrole brut qui dure depuis l’an dernier et à leurs efforts pour réduire leurs coûts de fonctionnement qui ont baissé de 11,7 % depuis l’an dernier.


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July 2015