Pittards, the British tanning group, had an 8.2 percent drop...

Pittards, the British tanning group, had an 8.2 percent drop in revenues to £24.6 million (€28.5m-$38.0m) for 2009, but it managed a pre-tax profit of £1.6 million (€1.9m-$2.5m), compared with a loss of £0.4 million in 2008.

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