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P&G Defends Savings/Growth Strategy, Plans To Slash More Prices In FY 2013

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

P&G will roll back about $400 million of the $3.5 billion in pricing increases taken in fiscal year 2012, in an effort to include beauty and health-care products. Beauty sales declined 4% on the year, the firm reported.

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