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Danfoss drastically grows sales

The Danish cleantech firm booked major growth in all divisions and boosted sales by an impressive 13 percent. The company maintains guidance, but reiterates that the positive results will go to "investing heavily in growth, digitalization, and new technologies".

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Danfoss is running a busy shop these days as the company booked sales growth of 13 percent in the first half of 2017, shows a press release.

The actual numbers show growth of DKK 2.4 billion landing at DKK 21.8 million (EUR 2.9 billion), relative to the same period last year.

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