Unilever Growth Fueled By Personal Care, Emerging Markets
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
New launches in skin cleansing and hair care, and expansion to new geographies, drove Unilever’s personal-care division in the first fiscal quarter, the firm reports. The firm’s overall turnover reached €12.1 billion, up 11.9% versus the prior-year period.
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