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Unilever Values Beauty, Supplement Sectors As It Considers Leaving Others

Executive Summary

Unilever reported 0.5% full-year sales growth for the beauty and personal care division to 5.6bn and overall growth was 2.9% to 52bn, but the fourth quarter was its weakest in more than a decade, with reported sales growth at 1.5% to 12.6bn.

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