Unilever Increases Stake In India Subsidiary To 67%, Short Of Goal
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Unilever's effort to buy a larger stake in its Hindustan Unilever subsidiary in India fell short of its goal of 75%, but will still cost $3.2 billion accepted by enough shareholders to give it 67.28%.
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