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Green Mobility maintains full throttle despite deficit

It'll take more than a fresh and deep deficit to slow down the Danish car-sharing firm, which aims to launch its service in up to six new cities during 2021.

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Revenue surged minimally, and the deficit nearly doubled: a quick summary of Danish car-sharing company Green Mobility's 2020 annual report.

The firm's revenue came to DKK 34.65m (EUR 4.66m) against DKK 33.4m the year prior, with the operating result ending up at DKK -57.36 against DKK -28.66m.

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