P&G ‘Clear-Eyed’ On Challenges Ahead; Growth Will Soften, But Strategic Priorities Go Unchanged
Environmental sustainability and DEI will remain key priorities for P&G as it enters a fiscal 2023 that augurs even greater volatility than 2022. The firm’s net sales for the 12 months ended 30 June increased 5%, or 7% organic, to $80.2bn, propelled by an 8% pricing increase in the fourth quarter.
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