23.12.2014 - Procter & Gamble sells two soap brand manufacturers

American corporation Procter & Gamble announced its intention to sell the brands of soap Camay and Zest and plans to concentrate on the most profitable business of the corporation. Terms of the deal are still closed. Buyer will be Unilever according to which revenues of the two brands was 225 million US dollars in the past fiscal year. Earlier, Procter & Gamble announced the sale of the company Duracell to the corporation of Warren Buffett. We are positive about the sale of less profitable assets and forecast growth of quotations Procter & Gamble сompany by 20-25% per year.

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