BRAZIL: Unilever sees 2002 pre-tax sales rising 10%
The Brazilian subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch consumer goods conglomerate Unilever says pre-tax sales will rise by 10% this year. A 10% increase on 2001's pre-tax turnover of R$7.7bn (US$2.8bn) would come thanks to product innovation and marketing efforts, commented chairman Vinicius Prianti. A further boost would come from the end to the country's energy rationing crisis.
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