- RA International Group, which provides services to remote locations in Africa and the Middle East, said its annual revenue and profits were expected to be 'slightly behind' market expectations.

The company pinned the warning on several project delays, for reasons it said were outside of its control.

The projects that were supposed to contribute to 2018 revenue were expected to commence in the first half of 2019, RA International added.

'Whilst it has so far taken longer than anticipated to convert bids into contracts, we have a strong pipeline of projects across a range of sectors and a project management team capable of executing and delivering larger projects,' chief executive Soraya Narfeldt said.

At 9:51am: [LON:RAI] RA International Group Plc share price was -11p at 51p

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