The Spanish satellite operator Hispasat S.A. posted profits for 2012 of €200.3 million ($270.4 million). This represents an increase of 6.85% over the previous year. More that half of the revenues came from its Amazonas satellite revenues over North and South America. Profitabilty remained considerable with the firm’s EBITDA rising by more than 4% over the previous year to more than $161 million.
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