Bayer's Consumer Health Struggles Continue In Q1, But The Firm Insists It's On The Right Track
Bayer Consumer Health's sales declined at a single-digit rate in the first quarter of 2019, as the business continued to battle challenges in Europe and the US. Undeterred by this slow start to the year, the German firm says Consumer Health's performance will begin to turnaround in the coming months.
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