USA: New Procter & Gamble Chief Executive details business plan sets long-term growth plans
A.G. Lafley, president and chief executive of The Procter & Gamble Company, today outlined his company's plans for growth for fiscal year 2001 and beyond in a meeting with securities analysts in New York. Goals For Quarter, Fiscal Year The company confirmed that its guidance remains on track for the September and December quarters. P&G expects sales growth of two-to-three percent for the fiscal year. Expected sales growth will be four-to-six percent for the fiscal year, excluding the impact of foreign exchange, with earnings-per-share growth of seven-to-10 percent.
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