LONDON, July 12 British housing and construction firm Galliford Try said on Tuesday it was too early to predict the effect of Britain's decision to leave the European Union but said it expected its full-year profit to be in line with expectations.
The firm built 3,078 homes in the year to the end of June, up from 2,769 a year earlier, it said in a trading statement.
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