Selam Bus share company has posted an impressive profit in midst of declining services around the country.
It reported a net profit of 33 million Br, compared to 29.7 million in 2015, exhibiting a hike of 11pc.
This is a positive result, considering its nearest competitor, Sky Bus S.C., loss of 400,000 Br in 2014/15.
For Selam, its income increased by 14.5pc to 259.1 million Br as demands went up and a noted decrease of its services in parts of the country due to the recent unrest.
Last year, it lost... Read More