P&G reports 44 per cent increase in earnings

Procter & Gamble has posted a 44 per cent increase in earnings for the three months ending 30 June, which it says is attributable to its emphasis on health and beauty products as well as a period of restructuring and cost-cutting.

Procter & Gamble has posted a 44 per cent increase in earnings for the three months ending 30 June, which it says is attributable to its emphasis on health and beauty products as well as a period of restructuring and cost-cutting…

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