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Intasa SA Company Snapshot
Intasa SA operates in the Blast furnaces and steel mills sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Intasa SA with three other steel companies in Latin America: Corporacion Aceros Arequipa S.A. of Peru (2018 sales of 2.79 billion Peruvian New Sols [US$822.17 million] ), Quilicura SA (4.20 billion Chilean Pesos [US$5.47 million] ), and Invercap SA (3.82 billion Chilean Pesos [US$4.96 million] of which 100% was EPA S.A.).

Sales Analysis. Intasa SA reported sales of 46.63 billion Chilean Pesos (US$60.62 million) for the year ending December of 2018. This represents a very small increase of 0.6% versus 2017, when the company's sales were 46.36 billion Chilean Pesos. The sales level in 2018 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2013, Intasa SA had sales of 49.98 billion Chilean Pesos.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Intasa SA
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (12/13/2019): 6.00
(Figures in Chilean Pesos)
1 Week 0.0%   13 Weeks 0.0%  
4 Weeks 0.0%   52 Weeks -9.8%  
Intasa SA Key Data:
  Ticker: INTASA Country: Chile
  Exchanges: SAN Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Blast Furnaces & Steel Mills
  2018 Sales 46,628,846,079
(Year Ending Jan 2019).
Employees: N/A
  Currency: Chilean Pesos Market Cap: 3,507,780,870
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 584,630,145
  Share Type: Accion Closely Held Shares: 577,509,195
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