Will you support H&R Johnson to target 40% growth?

It is reported that Kochi, June 8:  
H&R Johnson (India), a leading sanitary ware manufacturer for bathroom and kitchen, is looking at a growth rate of more than 40 per cent in its bath division sales in the current financial year, Mr Ajit Singh, vice-president (sales), has said. 
Johnson Bath Division clocked a revenue of Rs 103 crore in the last fiscal as against the overall industry growth of 20 per cent and organised sector's growth of 30 per cent, he said.

What a big growth rate, Will you support H&R Johnson to target 40% growth?

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