Worldline reports Q1 sales decline on health restrictions



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(Reuters) – French payment services provider Worldline on Wednesday reported a 9% drop in first quarter sales from a year ago, citing health restrictions in the company’s key markets.

The group, which processes transactions for clients ranging from merchants to government agencies, confirmed its forecast of at least mid-single digit revenue organic growth in 2021.

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