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Unilever’s Post-Crisis Outlook: Consumers Will Trade Down, Stay Online In Global Recession

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Unilever is not providing fiscal 2020 guidance at the moment amid so many COVID-19 unknowns. However, leadership did offer predictions during the firm’s first-quarter earnings call as to how the pandemic is likely to have lasting effects on consumer behavior and the global marketplace.

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