P&G Widens Pricing Strategy To At Least 60% Of Products As Costs Soar
Procter & Gamble’s pricing strategy now impacts 10 of its US product categories, with action also being taken broadly in non-US markets. President and CEO Jon Moeller calls this pricing "at a different level" historically speaking, and warns there will be ‘bumps in the road." But P&G is confident in its long track record and raises full-year guidance accordingly.
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