NETHERLAND/UK: What next for Unilever?
Now that Unilever has agreed the sale of its Bestfoods' bakery business to Canada's George Weston , its ambitious plan, the 'Path to Growth,' looks right on schedule. Analysts now expect Unilever to tidy its portfolio by selling less profitable brands and condense its operations to a core of 400 so-called power brands within the three years left to run on its restructuring plans.
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