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Eroad boss still confident its US venture can be pulled off

But analyst says Eroad's low share price implies the market attaches little value to the US growth opportunity. With special feature audio. 

Calida Smylie
Wed, 30 Nov 2016

Eroad’s chief executive is still confident the company can pull its US venture off, despite continued delays which have seen the company return to a loss.

The logistics and fleet management company posted a net loss of $408,452 in the six months to September 30, from a $611,000 profit a year

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Calida Smylie
Wed, 30 Nov 2016
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