MEXICO: Unilever commits US$230m to Mexican operations
Anglo-Dutch consumer goods conglomerate Unilever yesterday [Wednesday] committed US$230m to its operations in Mexico this year. The company said it would spend most of this amount developing and supporting its brands. In a news release, Unilever said Mexican president Vicente Fox had met with Unilever president Niall FitzGerald earlier this week, and pledged to support the Unilever subsidiary.
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