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Unilever Believes Global Economy Will Improve In 2015, Thanks To Recovery In Emerging Markets

December 3, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever CEO Paul Polman said he expects the world economy to improve in 2015. Despite the current slowdown, many emerging markets still have the potential for “healthy growth,” Polman said. A weaker economy in China, India, and Brazil drove Unilever sales down to its lowest levels in five years, according to the company. Polman said, however, his optimism was driven by the International Monetary Fund's forecast for a slightly higher global growth in 2015.
"Unilever upbeat on future growth in emerging markets", Independent Online, December 03, 2014, © Independent Online
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