Prysmian company receives capital injection after new deficit

Parent company Prysmian Group has had to dig into its pockets to help its subsidiary Prysmian Denmark, after a factory closure in 2016 struck the latter.

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Cable manufacturer Prysmian continues to battle with big losses in Denmark.

The company's deficit has even increased by almost DKK 20 million (EUR 2.69 million) to DKK 43.8 million.

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