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S.Korea's Samsung Electronics sees double-digit growth in Q2 operating profit

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S.Korea's Samsung Electronics sees double-digit growth in Q2 operating profitSEOUL, July 30 (Xinhua) -- Samsung Electronics, South Korea's tech giant, saw a double-digit growth in its second-quarter operating profit as the COVID-19 outbreak increased demand for semiconductors used for data center and PCs, the company said Thursday. Consolidated operating profit amounted to 8.15 trillion won (6.8 billion U.S. dollars) in the April-June quarter, up 23.5 percent from a year earlier. It marked the highest profit since the fourth quarter of 2018. The spread of COVID-19 caused closures and slowdowns at stores and production sites around the world, but the...
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