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Bord Gais Energy makes a first-half profit of €32m for UK parent Centrica
Bord Gais Energy made a "good first contribution" to British energy firm Centrica's bottom line during the first half of the year, generating gross revenue of �400m (€569m) and a �23m (€32.7m) profit.
They once said the British Gas boss was a pig. Look at the trough now  
Bord G�is parent to shed 6000 employees  
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