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PRUEBA CON UNO MÁS GRANDE
2.1 Entity profile
2.2 Development and business results
2.3 Liquidity and capital resources
2.4 Main risks and uncertainties
2.5 Important events after the reporting date
2.6 Information on the foreseeable performance of the entity
2.7 R&d+i activities
2.8 Acquisition and disposal of own shares
2.9 Other relevant information
In 2016, DIA expects gross sales under banner at constant currency to post high-single-digit growth.
DIA forecasts higher adjusted EBITDA (at constant currency) in 2016 than in 2015, with a positive contribution from Iberia and Emerging Markets.
The consolidated adjusted EBITDA margin in 2016 is expected to be stable in comparison with 2015.
DIA expects to deliver a strong cash flow generation in 2016 based on the positive cash inflow from working capital and lower recurrent capex, non-recurring cash items and cash taxes.
DIA budgets from EUR300m to EUR320m recurrent capex in 2016 at comparable perimeter.
DIA has set the following targets for the 2015-18 period:
1. EUR750m of cumulated Cash from Operations (adjusted EBITDA less non-recurring items less capex on an organic basis).
2. 7% organic sales CAGR (ex-currency).
Parque empresarial de las Rozas - Edif. TRIPARK
C/ Jacinto Benavente 2 A 28232 Las Rozas. Madrid - España
Realización y coordinación:
DEVA | Comunicación financiera y sostenibilidad
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Jesús Umbría / DIA