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Unilever Indonesia, a major consumer goods producer of Indonesia, plans to distribute IDR 2.54 trillion (USD $260.11 million) in final dividend to its shareholders. The dividend, which is equivalent to IDR 334 per share, will be paid out on 13 July 2013. Together with the company's interim dividend, which was paid out on 20 December 2012, Unilever Indonesia uses its full net income of 2012 (IDR 4.83 trillion) to please the shareholders. Unilever Indonesia Holding BV has an 85 percent stake in the company.
Unilever Indonesia, one of the largest Indonesian companies in terms of market capitalization, has allocated IDR 1 trillion (USD 102.0 million) for capital expenditure in 2013 to expand production capacity of food and beverages as well as home and personal care products. The funds will originate from the company's internal cash reserves. In 2012, the company's net profit rose 16 percent as it benefits from Indonesia's expanding consumer force. Domestic consumption accounts for almost two-thirds of the country's economic growth.
Unilever Indonesia's Financial Highlights:
|Profit before Tax||3,448||4,249||4,546||5,575||6,467|
|Basic Earnings per Share¹||315||399||444||546||634|
|Cash Dividend per Share¹||262||320||399||594||634|
|P/E Ratio (x)||–||–||–||–||–|
in billion IDR rupiah unless otherwise stated
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: Unilever Indonesia, Annual Report 2012