The target for 2013 was to see net income grow 34 percent from the previous year.
"Despite Yolanda, we have higher income, and it is fairly stable. We're affected because our customers in the areas were affected, as well as the road blocks and ports and airports' destruction that posted challenges to logistics," he said.
"If Yolanda didn't happen, we could've done better. But we did good despite the calamity," Lao added.
The chief financial officer added that all of DLI's businesses--food ingredients, aerosols and
For the current year, DLI expects profit growth to continue as a strong domestic economy fuels sustained consumer spending.
"Our [gross domestic product] per capita in
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