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French vouchers company Edenred Thursday reaffirmed its growth objectives as it posted strong in its full-year net profit in 2011.

PARIS (MarketWatch) -- French vouchers company Edenred Thursday reaffirmed its growth objectives as it posted strong in its full-year net profit in 2011.

MAIN FACTS:

- Edenred reported full-year net profit up to from

- The company said it "reaffirms its growth objectives of 6% to 14% for issue volume and over 10% for funds from operations," adding that this is a "medium-term objective of normalized organic growth...attainable in a context in which unemployment does not rise."

-The company's issue volume rose to from while total revenue for the year from EUR965 million.

- The company's EBIT was to from .

- The company said its performance was boosted by strong momentum in emerging markets whilst growth was more moderate in developed markets.

- The company said that it had net cash of EUR74 million at the end of 2011, compared with a net debt of , one year earlier.

- Edenred said that in light of its 23.1% growth in 2011 recurring profit after tax, it will pay a dividend of per share, up 40% on 2010.

- The company also said that it aims "to increase the amount of the dividend on a recurring basis in the coming years."

PARIS (MarketWatch) -- French vouchers company Edenred EDEN.FRThursday reaffirmed its growth objectives as it posted strong rise in its full-year net profit in 2011.

MAIN FACTS:

- Edenred reported full-year net profit up 185% to EUR194 million in 2011 from EUR68 million a year earlier.

- The company said it "reaffirms its growth objectives of 6% to 14% for issue volume and over 10% for funds from operations," adding that this is a "medium-term objective of normalized organic growth...attainable in a context in which unemployment does not rise."

-The company's issue volume rose 9.5% to EUR15.19 billion from EUR13.88 billion in 2010, while total revenue for the year increased 6.9% to EUR1.03 billion from EUR965 million.

- The company's EBIT was up 8.5% to EUR355 million from EUR328 million in 2010.

- The company said its performance was boosted by strong momentum in emerging markets whilst growth was more moderate in developed markets.

- The company said that it had net cash of EUR74 million at the end of 2011, compared with a net debt of EUR25 million, one year earlier.

- Edenred said that in light of its 23.1% growth in 2011 recurring profit after tax, it will pay a dividend of EUR0.70 per share, up 40% on 2010.

- The company also said that it aims "to increase the amount of the dividend on a recurring basis in the coming years."

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