ALK predicts 8–12 percent revenue growth in 2022

Allergy company ALK is expecting to reach an increase in revenue of 8–12 percent in local currencies in 2022, the company states in connection with full-year report on Tuesday.

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On Tuesday morning, ALK released the last quarterly figures for 2021, and therefore also for the entire year. In connection with the publication of the results, the allergy company has upgraded its guidance for the current financial year.

ALK is now expecting revenue growth of 8–12 percent in local currencies, which will primarily be driven by tablet sales growth, predicted to reach around 20 percent, according to ALK’s report.

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