PT Ratu Prabu Energy Tbk (ARTI) is optimistic handful net income of Rp 551.85 billion at the end of 2013. Revenues, up 25% from the previous period amounting to Rp 449.48 billion.
Director of Ratu Prabu Energy, Gemilang Zaharin explained from the increase in net income of Rp 112.37 billion in 2013, the majority of revenue is contributed from the oil and gas business.
“This year, the oil and gas sector is projected to be the main revenue contributor ARTI is about Rp 478.58 billion, up 25% than in 2012. Meanwhile, income property sector is expected to contribute Rp 75.8 billion,” Bright said after the AGM at the Queen King Ratu Prabu Energy in Building I, Jalan TB Simatupang, South Jakarta, Wednesday (24/04/2013).
Coded ARTI will also go into the oil and gas services business in Myanmar and Brunei Darussalam. In property, ARTI ready to develop the concept of apartments, hotels and offices in around TB Simatupang, South Jakarta.
In 2012, ARTI earn net income of Rp 449.48 billion, up from the previous period which amounted to Rp 309.74 billion. While net income, a significant increase from Rp 11.76 billion in 2011 to Rp 51.85 billion last year.
Nissan reported global production fell 4.7 percent in June 2013 to just 418 141 units. Japan became the largest contributor to minus 7.9 per cent to 91,919 units, while the rest of the country fell 3.7 percent to 326 222 units of which Mexico experienced 5.8 percent (59,594 units), England 1 percent (45,842 units), Spain reduced 10.6 percent (12,257 units), China dropped 12.4 percent (91,082 units) and the rest of minus 1.7 per cent (49,566 units). Unless America, it rose 27.4 percent to 67,881 units due to sales rebound from Leaf, Pathfinder and Altima.
Results As a result of last month, Nissan production until the sixth month fell 5.6 percent to 2.41 million units. Japan fell 22.8 percent manjadi 446 363 units, U.S. 392 975 units (down 19.7 percent), and other areas 31.6.490 units (down 11.7 percent).
In terms of sales, performance last month also fell 5.9 percent to 420 296 units. Japan is mired in the most up 12.4 percent to 37,302 units, the rest (outside of Japan) dropped 6.7 percent to 363 851 units. U.S. sales rose by 12.9 percent to 104,124 units, thanks to a rebound request Altima, Leaf, Rogue, and Pathfinder. Europe was still recovering condition, fell 16.2 percent to 54,985 units, China 101 364 units (down 7.7 percent) and the remaining 73,354 units (down 11.6 percent).
Nissan’s global sales in the first half of this year fell 3.8 percent to 2.52 million units. Japan fell 4.4 percent to 266,243 units and the remaining 2,176 million units (down 3.6 percent).