Reckitt Reports Strongest Quarter In 20 Years Driven By 50% E-commerce Sales Jump
Consumers' significant shift to buying more health products online likely is a permanent trend, says RB CEO Laxman Narasimhan. A 37.4% jump in North America on health product stockpiling drove 13.6% growth in global health business sales.
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