CSG's losses triple to $150 million after exiting enterprise business

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CSG's losses triple to $150 million after exiting enterprise business
CSG has more than tripled its losses after making the decision to exit its enterprise business earlier this year forced the company to write down its assets by $116 million. The company racked up a statutory net loss after tax of $150.1 million for the 2018 financial year ending 30 June, ...

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