Printing and publishing group Caxton said on Thursday that after-tax profit for the year to end-June slipped 12.4% to R355m, with the company battling with a tough operating environment.

Earnings per share fell 12% to 86.7c with the company reporting higher raw material input prices, which it is unable to pass on to consumers.

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