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STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE 29 Oct 2004

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2004

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ     Stock Exchange Notice
                           October 29, 2004 at 8.30 a.m.       1(14)

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2004

The Jaakko Pöyry Group's net sales for the period under review were EUR
344.7 (302.0 in the same period 2003) million. Profit before
extraordinary items was EUR 19.1 (27.8) million. The profit for 2003
included a gain of EUR 11.0 million from the sale of Jaakko Pöyry Group
Oyj's headquarter property.

The Group's consolidated balance sheet is healthy. The equity ratio was
48.2 (53.0) per cent and the net debt/equity ratio (gearing)
-30.1 (-26.9) per cent.

The Jaakko Pöyry Group's earnings per share were EUR 0.92 (1.31) and the
return on investment 19.7 (28.8) per cent.

The Group's order stock was EUR 384.8 million. It increased by EUR 49.1
million during the period under review.

Consolidated net sales will increase clearly during 2004. Profit before
extraordinary items will improve in 2004, if the capital gain of EUR 11
million from the sale of the head office property in 2003 is disregarded
in the comparison.

The Group's financial targets have been revised. The targets are the
following:

-        return on investment (ROI) at least 20 per cent
-        annual increase in earnings per share at least 15 per cent
-        net debt/equity ratio (gearing) below 30 per cent
-        dividend/earnings ratio at least 50 per cent

Business groups

Forest Industry
;

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 136.2 (129.3) million.
Operating profit amounted to EUR 12.1 (11.5) million. A credit loss
allowance of EUR 0.7 million has been taken into account in the result
to cover receivables from Papier Gaspesia Inc., Canada.

Investment activity in the forest industry has remained low and demand
for consulting services has also been slack. The order stock amounted to
EUR 83.0 (at the end of 2003 EUR 90.8) million. The most important new
projects were the rebuild of Mondi Ltd's paper machine at Merebank in
South Africa, Holmen Paper AB's paper machine project in Spain, Korsnäs
AB's paper machine rebuild in Sweden, S.A. Industrias Celulosa
Aragonesa's board mill project in Spain and Norske Skog's paper mill
rebuild project in Australia.

Energy

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 104.2 (72.3) million.
Operating profit was EUR 5.3 (2.8) million. The improvement in operating
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profit is due to the continued strengthening of the business group's
market position and increased recovery within the energy markets.

The order stock amounted to EUR 184.6 (129.2) million. The increase in
the order stock was partly due to new projects, partly to the order
stock of Verbundplan GmbH. Verbundplan GmbH was acquired by Jaakko Pöyry
Group Oyj this year. The most important new projects were Petro
Vietnam's gas turbine power plant project ;in Vietnam and United Pulp &
Paper Corporation's power plant project in the Philippines, and several
waste-to-energy projects in Europe.

Infrastructure & Environment

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 104.8 (101.0) million.
Operating profit was EUR 5.6 (6.2) million. Traffic systems investments
in Western Europe, especially in Germany, have declined strongly. For
this reason, operations have been streamlined to correspond to the
reduced demand. Non-recurring expenses due to streamlining actions
amounted to EUR 1.0 million during the review period.

The order stock was EUR 117.1 (115.7) million, remaining at a good
level. The increase was due to the order stocks of Verbundplan Prüf- und
Messtechnik GmbH and AQUATIS a.s., which were acquired this year.

Group structure

In April 2004, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj and Verbund AG, Austria, signed an
agreement according to which the ownership and voting rights in
subsidiaries owned by the Verbund group were transferred to Jaakko Pöyry
Group Oyj as follows:

- 74.9 per cent of Verbundplan GmbH in Austria
- 97.25 per cent of Verbundplan Prüf- und Messtechnik GmbH in Austria
- 95.19 per cent of AQUATIS a.s. in the Czech Republic

The acquired companies have been consolidated into Jaakko Pöyry Group
from the beginning of 2004. The Verbundplan companies' net sales for the
period under review were EUR 32.8 million and their operating profit was
EUR 0.6 million. Verbundplan GmbH's or;ganisation was restructured in
August, 2004. After the reorganisation 79 per cent of total net sales is
derived from the energy sector and 21 per cent from the infrastructure
and environment sector.

The net sales, operating profit and order stock based on the new
organisation structure have been taken into account in the data given in
this interim report for the business groups concerned.

The transaction price paid for the companies was EUR 6.1 million. The
parties retain the option to buy/sell the 25.1 per cent interest in
Verbundplan GmbH which remains in the hands of a subsidiary controlled
by Verbund AG. The option can be exercised during 2008. The parties have
the obligation to buy/sell this interest if the other party so requires.


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Soil and Water Ltd, which is part of the Jaakko Pöyry Group's
Infrastructure & Environment business group, has expanded its domestic
operations and has acquired the business operations of the community
planning unit of Motiivi Oy, Architects and Engineers, based in
Seinäjoki, Finland. The unit's staff of eight was transferred to the
employment of Soil and Water Ltd as of October 1, 2004.

Order stock

The Group's order stock is good. It increased by EUR 49.1 million during
the period under review, totalling EUR 384.8 million at the end of
September, compared with EUR 324.9 million at the end of September 2003.
At the end of 2003 ;the order stock was EUR 335.7 million.

Capital expenditure

The Group's capital expenditure for the period under review totalled EUR
11.5 (12.9) million, of which EUR 4.9 (6.6) million consisted of
computer software, systems and hardware and EUR 6.6 (6.3) million of
business acquisitions.

Share capital and shares

The total number of shares at the end of 2003 was 13 970 601. The Annual
General Meeting on March 3, 2004 decided to cancel 162 700 of the
company's own shares and thus decrease the share capital to EUR
13 807 901. The total number of shares after the cancellation on March
25, 2004, was 13 807 901. During the period under review 50 700 new
shares were subscribed based on warrants pursuant to the Bond Loan with
Warrants issued in 1998. Following these subscriptions, the number of
shares totals 13 858 601.

The Annual General Meeting decided that a dividend of EUR 1.00 be
distributed per outstanding share for 2003 (EUR 0.60 for 2002),
totalling EUR 13.8 million. The dividend was paid on March 15, 2004. The
Annual General Meeting further decided that an additional dividend of
EUR 0.50 be distributed per outstanding share, totalling EUR 6.9
million. The record date for distribution of the additional dividend is
November 23, 2004 and the payment date is November 30, 2004.

The warrants related to the Bond Loan with Warrants issued by Jaakko
Pöyry Group Oyj in 1998 to the Group personnel and the parent company's
Board of Directo;rs carry subscription rights for a total of 1.3 million
of the company's shares. The subscription period ends for all warrants
on April 30, 2005. A total of 660 315 shares have been subscribed based
on the warrants. According to the terms and conditions of the 1998 Bond
Loan with Warrants, the subscribed shares entitle the holder to receive
dividend for the financial year in which the subscription has taken
place. Shares subscribed in 2004 entitle the holder to receive dividend
for the first time for the financial year 2004. Other shareholder rights
commence when the increase in share capital has been entered into the
Trade Register.


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Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj will pay an additional dividend of EUR 0.50 per
share for the financial year 2003. The new shares subscribed with
warrants during 2004 do not entitle the holder to receive additional
dividend for the financial year 2003. Accordingly, they cannot be
combined with the company's share JPG1V until after the said record
date. The new shares subscribed with warrants will be registered with
the Finnish Central Securities Depository as a separate book entry
category. The new shares will be taken up for trading together with the
old shares JPG1V after the record date for the additional dividend. This
is expected to take place on November 24, 2004.

The Annual General Meeting on March 3, 2004 decided to issue stock
options to the manage;ment of the Group as well as to a wholly-owned
subsidiary of Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj. The stock options entitle to
subscription of a maximum of 550 000 shares in Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj.
Each stock option entitles the holder to subscribe one share in the
company. The share subscription period shall be the following: for
165 000 shares between March 1, 2007 and March 31, 2010, for 165 000
shares between March 1, 2008 and March 31, 2011, and for 220 000 shares
between March 1, 2009 and March 31, 2012. All stock options have been
issued and their receipt confirmed.

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to decide
on an increase in the share capital by a new issue and/or by taking a
convertible loan and/or by issuing option rights so that based on the
new issue, the convertible bonds and the option rights the share capital
can be increased by a maximum of EUR 1.0 million by issuing for
subscription a maximum of 1.0 million new shares. The authorisation is
in force until March 3, 2005.

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to acquire
and convey the company's own shares to a maximum of 660 000 shares,
however less than 5 per cent of the company's share capital. The
authorisations are in force until March 3, 2005.

The company's shares are quoted on the Helsinki Exchanges. The average
trading price during the period under review was EUR 21.41, with a high
of EUR 23.10 and a low of EUR 19.75. A total of ;3.5 million of the
company's shares (equalling 25.3 per cent of the total number of shares)
were traded, corresponding to a turnover of EUR 75.1 million.

Adoption of IAS/IFRS standards

The Jaakko Pöyry Group will report its accounts according to the
International Financial Reporting Standards (IAS/IFRS) from the
beginning of 2005. The reporting systems in the Group have been adjusted
to comply with the new requirements, and the Group's accounting
principles are already largely in line with the IAS/IFRS standards. This
applies for example to project revenue recognition and property rental
agreements. The most significant open issue is the pension liability.
The interpretation of pension liabilities is partly open. The adoption
of IAS/IFRS standards does not have a negative impact on shareholders'
equity.

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Group financial targets

The Group's financial targets have been revised. The most important
financial target is to achieve 20 per cent return on investment (ROI) as
a minimum (previous target 20 per cent minimum). The desired return is
achieved through growth in earnings per share, an optimum capital
structure and an active dividend policy. The growth target for earnings
per share is at least 15 per cent per year (15 per cent minimum).
Earnings growth is achieved by pursuing organic growth, by continuing
acquisitions and by maintaining good profitability, which means an
;operating profit of at least 8 per cent. The target for the Group's
capital structure is to keep the net debt/equity ratio (gearing) below
30 per cent (below 30 per cent). Following major business acquisitions,
the net debt/equity ratio may be higher. The target for the
dividend/earnings ratio has been set at a minimum of 50 per cent (40 per
cent minimum). Should the net debt/equity ratio exceed 30 per cent, the
dividend/earnings ratio can be adjusted.

Prospects

The Jaakko Pöyry Group's market position has strengthened in recent
years. The Group's order stock increased by EUR 49.1 million during the
review period, amounting to EUR 384.8 million. The Group's balance sheet
position and liquidity are also good.

Capacity utilisation rates in the forest industry are improving, but
investment activity has still remained low. Preparations for new
investments and demand for consulting services will not increase
significantly during this year, but demand will continue to focus on
operations improvement and profitability-enhancing services. Relying on
its versatile range of services, the Forest Industry business group has
maintained its good earnings development and a stable order stock, in
spite of the continued slackness in the market. The business group's
operating profit will improve slightly compared with 2003.

The economic recovery in East Asia, China and to some degree in Europe,
together with the expanding EU, creates good opportunities fo;r growth in
demand for energy-related services. This applies in particular to
services focusing on renewable energy, hydro- and thermal power green-
field and plant refurbishments and management consulting. The Energy
business group's operating profit development has been good and its
order stock has grown. The business group will clearly improve its
operating profit for 2004 compared with 2003.

Demand prospects for the Infrastructure & Environment business group are
variable. Demand for traffic systems expertise will remain good in Latin
America and Asia. In Western Europe, especially in Germany, investments
in traffic systems are declining, which has been reflected in the
business group's activities. A weakening market situation may lead to
further streamlining of operations. In the water and environment sector,
demand is expected to remain unchanged. Demand for building services is
still focused on renovation building. The business group's order stock
is good. The business group's operating profit will decline in 2004
compared with 2003.
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The general market situation and economic growth have recovered. The
Jaakko Pöyry Group's order stock, balance sheet structure and market
position are good. Consolidated net sales will increase clearly during
2004. Profit before extraordinary items will improve in 2004, if the
capital gain of EUR 11 million from the sale of the head office pr;operty
in 2003 is disregarded in the comparison.

Vantaa, October 28, 2004

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ
Board of Directors

JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP OYJ



Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen                 Teuvo Salminen
President and CEO                   Deputy to President and CEO


Additional information by:
Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen, President and CEO, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj
tel. +358 9 8947 2999, +358 400 468 084
Teuvo Salminen, Deputy to President and CEO, Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj
tel. +358 9 8947 2872, +358 400 420 285

www.poyry.com

DISTRIBUTION:
Helsinki Exchanges
Major media























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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP


Consolidated Statement of         1-9/2004       1-9/2003    1-12/2003
Income
EUR million

NET SALES                            344.7          302.0        411.6

Other operating income                 0.3           11.9         12.9
Share of associated                    0.3            0.2          0.2
compa;nies' results

Materials and supplies               -43.8          -34.9        -47.1
Personnel expenses                  -195.9         -173.9       -235.4
Depreciation of                       -4.0           -3.8         -5.0
consolidation goodwill
Other depreciation                    -6.7           -6.6         -9.2
Other operating expenses             -76.3          -67.0        -92.6

OPERATING PROFIT                      18.6           27.9         35.4
Proportion of net sales, %             5.4            9.2          8.6

Interest income                        1.0            0.5          1.3
Interest expenses                     -0.6           -0.7         -0.8
Exchange rate differences              0.1            0.1         -0.1

PROFIT BEFORE                         19.1           27.8         35.8
EXTRAORDINARY ITEMS
Proportion of net sales, %             5.5            9.2          8.7

Extraordinary items                    0.0            0.0          0.0

PROFIT BEFORE TAXES                                     ;
AND MINORITY INTEREST                 19.1           27.8         35.8

Income taxes                          -5.8           -9.7        -10.8

Minority interest                     -0.6           -0.1         -0.3

NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD             12.7           18.0         24.7













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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP
                             September 30,  September 30, December 31,
Consolidated Balance Sheet            2004           2003         2003
EUR million

ASSETS

FIXED ASSETS
Consolidation goodwill                31.5           33.9         34.3
Intangible assets                      4.6            5.1          4.7
Tangible assets                       16.5           22.7         16.2
Non-current investments               10.1           10.;4          9.4
                                      62.7           72.1         64.6
CURRENT ASSETS
Non-current receivables               12.5            7.6          9.7
Work in progress                      65.1           44.1         35.4
Accounts receivable                   85.4           72.1         87.0
Other receivables                     16.1           17.1         11.1
Investments. cash in hand             48.1           45.1         63.1
and at banks
                                     227.2          186.0        206.3

TOTAL                                289.9          258.1        270.9

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND
LIABILITIES

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Share capital                         13.9           13.3         14.0
Share premium reserve                 26.8           25.2         26.3
Legal reserve                         18.2           18.2         18.2
Retained earnings                     38.9           36.4         34.7
Net profit for the period             12.7           18.0         24.7
                                     110.5          111.1        117.9
;MINORITY INTEREST                      6.7            3.8          4.2
LIABILITIES *)
Non-current loans from                 9.5           13.3         11.2
credit institutions
Other non-current                      9.9            9.4          7.7
liabilities

Current loans from credit              3.3            0.9          2.2
institutions
Project advances                      46.7           39.8         37.5
Accounts payable                      11.8           10.7         10.6
Other current liabilities             91.5           69.1         79.6
                                     172.7          143.2        148.8

TOTAL                                289.9          258.1        270.9

*) Interest bearing                   12.8           14.2         13.4
   liabilities
   Non-interest bearing              159.9          129.0        135.4
   liabilities
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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP

Statement of changes in           1-9/2004       1-9/2003    1-12/2003
financial situation
EUR mil;lion

FROM OPERATIONS
   Operating profit                   18.6           27.9         35.4
   Depreciation and value             10.7           10.4         14.2
   decrease
   Gain on sale of fixed               0.0          -11.0        -11.3
   assets
   Share of associated                -0.3           -0.2         -0.2
   companies' results
   Change in net working             -11.4            6.9         16.0
   capital
   Financial income and                0.5            0.6          0.6
   expenses
   Taxes                              -8.5           -3.9         -2.8

Total from operations                  9.6           30.7         51.9

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
   Investments in shares in           -6.5           -6.1         -5.8
   subsidiaries
   Investments in other shares        -0.1           -0.2         -0.6
   Investments in fixed assets        -4.9           -6.6         -9.0
   Sales of shares in                  0.0            0.0          2.5
   associated companies
   Sales of other                      0.0           12.8         10.4
 ;  Sales of  fixed assets              0.4            6.0          8.4

Capital expenditure total            -11.1            5.9          5.9

Cash flow before financing            -1.5           36.6         57.8

FINANCING
   New loans                           0.0            0.0          0.0
   Repayments of loans                -1.3           -0.8         -1.7
   Change in current financing         0.7           -4.9         -4.8
   Change in non-current               0.0            0.0         -0.6
   investments
   Dividends                         -13.9           -8.3         -8.4
   Acquisition of own shares           0.0           -2.2         -2.2
   Share subscription                  0.4            0.4          1.6
   Translation difference              0.6           -1.7         -4.6

Financing total                      -13.5          -17.5        -20.7

Change in liquid assets              -15.0           19.1         37.1

Liquid assets January 1       ;        63.1           26.0         26.0

Liquid assets at the end of           48.1           45.1         63.1
period
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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP

                             September 30,  September 30, December 31,
Contingent Liabilities                2004           2003         2003
EUR million

Pledged assets and
mortgages for own debt
   Mortgages on company                0.0            0.0          0.0
   assets

Other obligations
   Pledged assets                      0.3            0.2          0.3
   Rent and leasing                  109.0          102.9        110.2
   obligations
   Pension obligations                 0.0            0.0          0.0
   Other obligations                  41.0           30.2         31.7

For others
   Pledg;ed assets                      0.2            0.1          0.1
   Mortgages. real estate              0.0            0.0          0.0
   Other obligations                   0.0            0.0          0.0

Derivative Instruments

Foreign exchange forward
contracts.
   Notional values                    18.5           18.9         21.7
   Fair values                        -0.1           -0.7         -0.2

Jaakko Pöyry Group Oyj has
made interest rate swaps
for EUR 12.0 million
external loans.





















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Key Figures                       1-9/2004       1-9/2003    1-12/2003

                                                                        
;
Earnings / share, EUR                 0.92           1.31         1.80
   Corrected with dilution            0.89           1.28         1.76
   effect

Shareholders' equity /                7.97           8.13         8.54
share, EUR

Return on investment, %               19.7           28.8         27.7
p.a.

Return on equity, % p.a.              14.8           21.6         21.7

Equity ratio, %                       48.2           53.0         52.3

Equity / Assets ratio, %              40.4           44.5         45.1

Net debt / Equity ratio              -30.1          -26.9        -40.7
(gearing),%

Consulting and                       367.1          322.2        319.3
engineering. EUR million
EPC, EUR million                      17.7            2.7         16.4
Order stock total, EUR               384.8          324.9        335.7
million

Capital expenditure,    ;               4.9            6.6          9.0
operating, EUR million
Capital expenditure in                 6.6            6.3          6.4
shares, EUR million

Personnel in group                    5240           4684         4697
companies on average
Personnel in group
companies at the end
of the period                         5257           4782         4766
Personnel in associated
companies at the end
of the period                          211            171          191










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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP

Key Figures for the               1-9/2004       1-9/2003    1-12/2003
Business Groups
EUR million

NET SALES
Forest Industry                      136.2          129.3        176.0
Energy                               104.2           72.3         97.6
Infrastructure &                     104.8          101.0        138.6
Environment
Other ;                                -0.5           -0.6         -0.6

Total                                344.7          302.0        411.6

OPERATING PROFIT AND PROFIT BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY ITEMS
Forest Industry                       12.1           11.5         16.1
Energy                                 5.3            2.8          4.5
Infrastructure &                       5.6            6.2          9.0
Environment
Other                                 -4.4            7.4          5.8
OPERATING PROFIT TOTAL                18.6           27.9         35.4

Financial items                        0.5           -0.1          0.4

PROFIT BEFORE                         19.1           27.8         35.8
EXTRAORDINARY ITEMS

ORDER STOCK
Forest Industry                       83.0           91.6         90.8
Energy                               184.6          107.0        129.2
Infrastructure &                     117.1          126.3        115.7
Environment
Other                                  0.1 ;           0.0          0.0

Total                                384.8          324.9        335.7

Consulting and engineering           367.1          322.2        319.3
EPC                                   17.7            2.7         16.4

Total                                384.8          324.9        335.7

NET SALES BY AREA
The Nordic countries                  88.9           84.8        112.9
Europe                               154.8          128.9        174.8
Asia                                  49.1           38.6         56.7
North America                         14.8           19.3         26.1
South America                         16.5           12.7         18.4
Other                                 20.6           17.7         22.7

Total                                344.7          302.0        411.6



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JAAKKO PÖYRY GROUP

Key Figures for the ;Business    10-12/02    1-3/03   4-6/03  7-9/03
Groups
EUR million

NET SALES

Forest Industry                     41.6      43.2     45.3    40.8
Energy                              28.4      24.3     23.8    24.2
Infrastructure & Environment        36.8      34.4     35.4    31.2
Other                                0.2       0.1     -0.2    -0.5

Total                              107.0     102.0    104.3    95.7

OPERATING PROFIT AND PROFIT BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY
ITEMS

Forest Industry                      1.7       3.7      3.8     4.0
Energy                               1.5       0.8      0.7     1.3
Infrastructure & Environment         2.6       2.0      2.1     2.1
Other                               -1.0       9.9     -1.2    -1.3

OPERATING PROFIT TOTAL               4.8      16.4      5.4     6.1

Financial items                      0.0       0.0     -0.2     0.1
                 ;
PROFIT BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY          4.8      16.4      5.2     6.2
ITEMS

ORDER STOCK

Forest Industry                     85.2     101.0     91.6    91.6
Energy                             123.8     122.0    114.9   107.0
Infrastructure & Environment        99.4     118.9    114.3   126.3
Other                                0.0       0.0      0.0     0.0

Total                              308.4     341.9    320.8   324.9

Consulting and engineering         301.6     336.8    317.0   322.2
EPC                                  6.8       5.1      3.8     2.7

Total                              308.4     341.9    320.8   324.9











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Key Figures for the Business    10-12/03    1-3/04   4-6/04  7-9/04
Groups
EUR million
                 ;
NET SALES

Forest Industry                     46.7      47.1     48.4    40.7
Energy                              25.3      33.0     35.7    35.5
Infrastructure & Environment        37.6      35.5     34.7    34.6
Other                                0.0      -0.1      0.0    -0.4

Total                              109.6     115.5    118.8   110.4

OPERATING PROFIT AND PROFIT BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY
ITEMS

Forest Industry                      4.6       3.5      4.4     4.2
Energy                               1.7       2.1      1.5     1.7
Infrastructure & Environment         2.8       1.5      1.7     2.4
Other                               -1.6      -1.4     -1.6    -1.4

OPERATING PROFIT TOTAL               7.5       5.7      6.0     6.9

Financial items                      0.5       0.1      0.2     0.2

PROFIT BEFORE EXTRAORDINARY          8.0       5.8      6.2     7.1
ITEMS
                                                  ;
ORDER STOCK

Forest Industry                     90.8      94.6     90.4    83.0
Energy                             129.2     166.7    181.8   184.6
Infrastructure & Environment       115.7     121.5    118.8   117.1
Other                                0.0       0.0      0.0     0.1

Total                              335.7     382.8    391.0   384.8

Consulting and engineering         319.3     368.0    371.3   367.1
EPC                                 16.4      14.8     19.7    17.7

Total                              335.7     382.8    391.0   384.8


The figures in the interim
report are unaudited.


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