OUP holds firms in soft markets

<p>Oxford University Press has held up strongly in tough world markets to report a rise in total sales of 4.4% to &#163;392m in the year to end-March 2003. The press, which as part of the University of Oxford has charitable status, generated a surplus after tax of &#163;58.4m, up from &#163;46.8m a year earlier. The figure included &#163;8m of non-recurring items, including an extra three months' journals sales owing to an accounting change, and the sale of a German ELT joint venture to partner Cornelsen.</p><p>The sales performance was helped by a full year's turnover from the Blackstone l...

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