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China Cord Blood Corporation Reports Financial Results for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year of Fiscal 2013
Date:6/18/2013

ed by 55.2% to RMB209.3 million ($33.7 million) from RMB134.8 million in the prior year.
  • Interest expense amounted to RMB70.1 million ($11.3 million), compared to RMB3.3 million in the prior year.
  • Net income attributable to the Company amounted to RMB112.4 million ($18.1 million), compared to RMB132.0 million in the prior year.
  • Operating cash inflow for the full year fiscal 2013 was RMB578.6 million ($93.2 million).
  • "Fiscal 2013 was a fruitful year concluded with eventful accomplishments," stated Ms. Ting Zheng, Chief Executive Officer of China Cord Blood Corporation.  "We successfully added 72,228 new subscribers to our subscriber base, finishing the year by surpassing our original target by more than 12%, and our growing accumulated subscriber base exceeded the three hundred thousand mark at 311,982.  These accomplishments were made possible by our years of market cultivation efforts and the 'Dragon Year' baby boom.  Aside from setting new records of revenue and operating cash flow, we have also raised our investment in both Guangdong and Shandong as we continue to expand our presence in China.  In addition, we are pleased that our Beijing subsidiary received AABB Accreditation as our commitment toward high quality standards has been recognized, which motivates us to strive for further quality excellence for our Group as a whole."Summary – The Fourth Quarter and Full Year Ended March 31, 2012 and 2013Three Months Ended March 31,Year Ended March 31,2012201320122013(in thousands)

    RMBRMB

    US$RMBRMB

    US$Revenues

    99,778133,011

    21,417380,490526,123

    84,711Gross Profit

    76,448106,104

    17,085293,832419,502

    67,544Operating Income

    34,84250,747

    8,172134,843209,314

    33,702Net Income Attributable to the
    Company

    29,23923,028

    3,709131,980112,447

    18,106Earnings per Ordinary Shares 
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