Toy-maker Lung Cheong International Holdings saw attributable profit rise 29 per cent to $62.03 million in the year to March despite being affected by Indonesia's woes. The company suffered a net $1.04 million exceptional loss after a $6.2 million one-off gain from interest income on its listing proceeds failed to offset a $7.25 million one-off loss from the revaluation of property. It said the depreciation of the rupiah had led to the loss of $47 million from its reserves. Operating profit before exceptional items jumped 24 per cent to $70.62 million on a 16 per cent rise in turnover to $689.95 million. A 3.3 cent final dividend was recommended, taking the full-year payout to 4.3 cents. Earnings per share rose 10 per cent to 18.6 cents.