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China Q4 Sales Slip But Herbalife Has Record Year

USANA China Sales Up In Quarter, Online Business Drives Full-Year Growth

Executive Summary

Herbalife Q4 net sales up 15.6% to $1.4bn, a company record for the period, and full-year net sales increased 13.6% as its Asia Pacific, Europe-Middle East-Africa and North America regions reached annual net sales records. USANA reports 5.4% Q4 sales growth in China as full-year sales grew 7% to $1.135bn.

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