An Post suffers pre tax losses of 15.6m for 2016

An Post suffers pre tax losses of 15.6m for 2016

The global trend of mail decline has been cited By An Post as the primary cause of a pre-tax loss of 15.6 million euro for 2016.

On a more positive note An Post also said last year’s General Election helped it generate revenues of 825 million euro.

It says the increase of the price of a standard stamp is delivering results as part of its efforts to bolster the company’s finances.

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