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HM Sampoerna, the largest tobacco company of Indonesia, controls about 29 percent of the Indonesian tobacco market. The company operates nine manufacturing facilities in Indonesia: two machine-made kretek production facilities as well as seven hand-rolled kretek production facilities (kretek cigarettes are the highly popular clove cigarettes, a trademark of Indonesia). The company also distributes the famous Marlboro brand on the domestic market. In 2005, Sampoerna was sold to Philip Morris, an international cigarette and tobacco giant.
HM Sampoerna posted a 5.8 percent growth in net profit to IDR 2.75 trillion (USD $239 million) in the first quarter of 2014 from the same period in 2013. The company's net sales increased by 5 percent to IDR 18.31 trillion (USD $1.6 billion) over the same period.
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HM Sampoerna's Financial Highlights:
|Net Operating Income
|Profit before Income Tax||5,797||7,213||8,748||10,911||13,383||14,361|
|Earnings per share¹
in billion IDR rupiah, unless stated otherwise
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: HM Sampoerna, Annual Report 2013