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INSTITUTIONAL
Mota‐Engil sourced
a very signi cant set
of new projects, with preponderance in Africa, enabling the Group
to reach, for the  rst time in its history, a portfolio of contracts of over  ve billion euros.
M
ota‐Engil recorded an 18% growth in turnover in the past year, reaching 2,597 billion
(6% to 11%) made a decisive contribution to these results.
Net Pro t attributable to the Group amounted to two million euros, in uenced by the application of the IAS 29 accounting rule applied to operations in markets with hyperin ation, as in the case of Angola, which caused a negative e ect of 12 million in the Annual Result.
As for commercial activity, and in line with the growing dynamism of the economies where the Group is present, the company sourced a very signi cant set of new projects, with preponderance in Africa (with 51% of the order book), enabling the Group to reach, for the  rst time in its history, a portfolio of contracts of over  ve billion euros (5,138 billion euros).
Maintaining compliance with the goals de ned for 2017 within the scope of  nancial management, the Group
INSTITUTIONAL
2017
ANNUAL RESULTS
STRONG OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND PORTFOLIO OF CONTRACTS OF OVER FIVE BILLION EUROS POINT TO THE GOAL OF SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN THE MULTIPLE BUSINESS AREAS.
euros, with a growth of 22% and 32% vis‐à‐vis the previous year in the regions of Africa and Latin America, respectively. Sales in Latin America amounted to 960 million euros, making it the region with the highest contribution to the Group’s billing for the  rst time. Turnover amounted
to 860 million euros in Africa and 828 million euros in Europe.
Regarding the company’s operating pro t before taxes, depreciations and amortisations, the Group increased EBITDA by 19% to 403 million euros, increasing the margin to 16%, thus remaining a company with high performance among its European peers in the sector, more than doubling the Group’s EBIT, from 81 to 185 million euros. The increase of margins in Europe (13% to 17%) and Latin America


































































































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