NAIROBI Aug 10 Kenyan oil marketer KenolKobil said on Monday its first half 2015 pretax profit had risen 69 percent to 1.35 billion shillings ($13.36 million) as the cost of servicing its loans fell.
It said in a statement total sales fell to 34.9 billion shillings from 43.2 billion shillings, while the cost of sales dropped to 31.9 billion shillings from 40.63 billion shillings.
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