SINGAPORE (Aug 8): Kimly, one of the largest traditional coffeeshop operators in Singapore, reported a 4.8% dip in 3Q earnings to $5.0 million from a year ago.

Revenue growth of 4.2% to $49.9 million was boosted mainly by higher contributions from both the group’s outlet management and food retail divisions.

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