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Here’s Why The Personal Care Segment Is A Key Growth Driver For Unilever

With nearly 40% of its revenues coming from the skin and hair care segment and the company’s increased focus on this division through recent acquisitions, we believe the personal care segment will be a key growth driver for Unilever in future. Known for its mass market skin care brands (Dove, Lux), the company entered the […]
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