USA: Wrigley posts Q4 profits up 20%
The world's leading chewing gum maker, Wrigley, has posted fourth-quarter profits of US$107.8m, compared with $89.9m a year earlier, beating analysts' estimates. Wrigley said its revenue was up 16% to $739.3m from $638m a year earlier, including a 19% increase in international sales. The company said that even without foreign currency effects revenue would have risen 12%.
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