Travel accommodation website operator Wotif.com holdings expects to boost its FY10 profit at least 20% to $52 million.
The company is projecting post-tax profit of between $52 million and $56 million for the financial year, as some of its performance indicators are improving strongly.
But in an update to shareholders, Wotif.com warned that the outlook for its Thai operation remains challenging.
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