UK: Unilever expresses concern that US terrorist attacks will affect business
Anglo-Dutch consumer products company Unilever expressed concerns yesterday that the US terrorist attacks might indirectly affect the performance of at least two of its subsidiary businesses. "The tragic events of September 11 pose particular challenges," admitted Unilever in a statement, expressing particular concern over its US foodservice arm and its perfumes business, which are already pinched by the recession.
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