British Aston Martin Lagonda, which produces sports cars, following the results of 2018, reported a pre-tax net loss of 68 million 200 thousand pounds sterling, whereas in the previous year it reported a profit of 84.5 million pounds. The cost of IPO, amounting to 136 million pounds, was included in the amount of loss. Adjusted EBITDA at the level of 247 million 300 thousand pounds showed an increase of 20%. Revenues amounted to 1 billion 100 million pounds, an increase of 25%. Annual sales grew by 26%, reaching 4,441 cars and confirming the forecast of Aston Martin. Growth in sales was showed by all regions, but the largest number of cars was sold in the Asia-Pacific region, where the figure rose by 44%.
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