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UK Point of consumption tax and machine duty weighs on William Hill profit

7th August 2015 7:45 am GMT
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William Hill has posted a marginal rise in net revenue for the first six months of 2015, while the company saw its operating profit hit by increased costs, predominantly a result of the introduction of the UK’s point of consumption tax and increased machine games duty. 

Net revenue for the 26 weeks ending June 30th rose to £808.1m, up from £805.2m, despite the lack of a major sporting event in the period, [...]

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