I would use the QlikView Transformation Wizard > available when loading xls file > select Next (not the typical) Finish > looks like will take several passes to grab the exact data you want (one section at a time).
There's basically two ways to do this. The first is to change the Straight table over to a Horizontal Table. The Expression Labels will then be listed on the left, in stead of at the top. (on the Presentation Tab - Tick box for Horizontal). The downside of this is you can only have one column at a time.
The second option would be to define a calculated dimension with the Valueloop function. Valueloop(0,3)
Then, on the Expressions, you'll use the Pick function to define different headings for the different lines. Pick(Valueloop(0,3), 'Turnover', 'Taxes', 'Turnover %')
Then, in a second Expression, you'll do the same as above, but replace the headings with the specific expressions to calculate the values. eg Pick(Valueloop(0,3),num(sum([Turnover]),'#,##0'),num(sum([Taxes]),'#,##0'),num(sum([Turnover])/sum([Taxes]),'#0.0%')). This will then be the first values.
You can then set the 'Dimension' field to hidden. This will build the Scorecard that you have above.
I had to do the same thing at a client of ours and the second option was the easiest way to build the scorecards.