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BERGER PAINTS TRINIDAD LTD.
UNAUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
THREE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 2015
The unaudited results of the company for the three months ended June 30, 2015, with
comparative figures for the corresponding period of the previous year and the audited figures
for the financial year ended March 31, 2015 are shown below.
3 months to 3 months to 12 months to
6/30/2015 6/30/2014 3/31/2015
(13,329) (13,479) (57,339)
Profit/(Loss) from Operations
Profit/(Loss) before Taxation
Profit/(Loss) for the period
Earnings per share for profit attributable
to the equity holders of the Company
(expressed in $ per share)
3 months to 3 months to 12 months to
6/30/2015 6/30/2014 3/31/2015
Property, Plant & Equipment
Retirement Benefit Assets
Equity And Liabilities
Capital and Reserves
Finance Lease Obligations
Current portion of finance lease obligations
TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
Demand for paint has been down in this quarter but Berger maintains its focus on service and
quality to all our customers. We continue to launch new products and services so that we will
be the ultimate paint and service provider. Our products are environmentally friendly and are
safe and easy to use. We assure you our loyal customers and shareholders that we will
continue to invest in innovative products to make you investment worthwhile.
John P. Andrews
LOS ANGELES---Special Olympics
competitors arriving in Southern
California were greeted by a logis-
tics mess that forced many to sleep
on a gymnasium floor before they
were finally shuttled to their host
At least 1,500 athletes and coaches
spent the night at Loyola Mary-
mount University in Los Angeles
after flights and buses arrived late
on Tuesday, Special Olympics
spokesman Rich Perelman said.
The Red Cross provided blankets
and water. The athletes from Nor-
way, Mexico, Venezuela, Kenya and
the Cayman Islands were on their
way to their host cities early yes-
"Flights arrived late and buses got
backed up. The process just got so
elongated that the decision was made
to keep them here until morning,"
The university near Los Angeles
International Airport is serving as a
staging area where more than 7,000
athletes were to be routed to host
cities where they will be housed.
Perelman said while some of those
stranded were tired after long trips,
the majority made the most of the
circumstances, playing board games
and making friends.
"Everyone was very happy when
breakfast arrived at 6.30 am," he
said. "That was the highlight."
Competitors from more than 160
countries are coming to Los Angeles
this week to take part in 25 sports
at venues across the city.
Athletes ages 8 to 71 will compete
in soccer, basketball, volleyball, ten-
nis, track, roller skating and other
sports over nine days.
First Lady Michelle Obama will
open the event Saturday at the Los
Angeles Memorial Coliseum, site of
the 1932 and 1984 Summer
Some Special Olympics athletes
forced to sleep on gym floor
UMAG---Portugal s Joao Sousa upset third-seeded
Italian Andreas Seppi 6-2, 6-2 in the second round
of the Croatia Open yesterday.
Sousa played steadily from the baseline as Seppi
made a number of unforced errors. Sousa converted
six out of nine break points to win in just 69 min-
Seppi broke early in both sets but then lost several
games in a row. He won only 29 percent of points
on second serve as Sousa returned strongly.
Sousa will next play fifth-seeded Fabio Fognini
of Italy, who beat Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia-Herze-
govina 6-3, 7-5.
Fognini came back from being 1-4 down in the
second set to win in straight sets. He was a run-
ner-up in Umag in 2013 and a semifinalist on three
In the remaining first round matches yesterday,
Dusan Lajovic defeated fellow Serb Laslo Djere 6-
3, 6-3, while Blaz Kavic of Slovenia beat 17-year-
old wild card entrant Andrey Rublev of Russia 7-
6 (0), 2-6, 6-3.
Stosur storms into
BAD GASTEIN---Samantha Stosur stormed into
the Gastein Ladies quarterfinals by beating Klara
Koukalova of the Czech Republic 6-1, 6-0 yes-
terday, while top-seeded Sara Errani and No 7
Anna Karolina Schmiedlova won their first-round
Stosur, the second-seeded Australian, saved three
break points in the opening set. She dominated
the second, but double-faulted on match point
twice before closing out the win in 49 minutes.
In her first quarterfinal since winning her seventh
career title in Strasbourg in May, Stosur will play
Danka Kovinic of Montenegro, who defeated lucky
loser Richel Hogenkamp of the Netherlands 6-3,
Polona Hercog of Slovenia also reached the quar-
ters by ousting fifth-seeded Lucie Hradecka of the
Czech Republic 6-3, 6-2.
In first-round play, Errani sweated to get past
Aliaksandra Sasnovich of Belarus 6-4, 6-4. The
19th-ranked Italian dropped serve three times and
held off eight more break points.
Schmiedlova, who beat Errani in the final at
Bucharest last Sunday, overcame a slow start to
defeat Patricia Mayr-Achleitner of Austria 3-6, 6-
2, 6-0. The Slovakian was broken twice in the
opening set but won nine straight games from 3-
2 in the second set.
Suffering from persistent back problems, 2011
finalist Mayr-Achleitner said after the match she
will retire from competitive tennis at the end of
In the only other remaining first-round match,
Johanna Larsson of Sweden downed Stefanie Voegele
of Switzerland 6-2, 6-2.
to meet in Istanbul
ISTANBUL---Italy's Roberta Vinci beat Russian qual-
ifier Alexandra Panova 7-6 (3), 6-3 yesterday to
reach the quarterfinals of the Istanbul Cup.
Vinci next plays Magdalena Rybarikova of Slo-
vakia, who only needed 50 minutes to cruise past
wild card entrant Ipek Soylu of Turkey 6-0, 6-0.
In the day s other second round matches, Lesia
Tsurenko of Ukraine was a 6-1, 6-1 winner over
Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia and Urszula Rad-
wanska of Poland beat Bojana Jovanovski of Serbia
Germany s Mona Barthel defeated Ukrainian
qualifier Olga Savchuk 6-3, 7-5 in a first round
BASTAD---Sixth-seeded Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil
advanced to the quarterfinals of the Swedish Open
after defeating wild card entrant Christian Lindell
of Sweden 6-3, 6-4, yesterday.
Bellucci s victory left 2011 Bastad winner Robin
Soderling as the last Swede to have reached the
quarterfinals or better in the tournament.
The Brazilian meets 18-year-old Alexander Zverev
of Germany, who ousted fourth-seeded Juan Mona-
co of Argentina 6-4, 6-2, in an 80-minute game
to reach his second World Tour quarterfinal.
Argentine Federico Delbonis rallied to beat Brazil-
ian qualifier Rogerio Dutra Silva 1-6, 6-4, 6-4, in
two hours. He meets third-seeded defending cham-
pion Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay in the second round.
In another first-round contest, Denis Istomin of
Uzbekistan beat Diego Schwartzman of Argentina
6-3, 6-4 to line up a match against Spain s Nicolas
Sousa upsets third-seeded
Seppi at Croatia Open
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