Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Revenues Up 11 Percent

The fourth quarter 1999 revenues and year-end revenues for the Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group (DTAG) show considerable gains when compared to 1998 figures. The company posed an increase of 11% in each category.

As for net income, DTAG more than doubled its 1998 fourth quarter numbers in 1999 with a gain of 101%. The company was also up for the year with a 58% boost.

Source: Wagner Iglecias, economic analyst for the Gazeta Mercantil, a business and economy newspaper based in Brazil.

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