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Gleaming results

30 April 2009 By Aliza Rosenbaum

Both consumergoods groups saw quarterly revenues fall. But because of a more discretionary product mix, P&G took a bigger beating. And as Colgate was more aggressive in trimming costs, it teased out a 9% rise in profit making it look more capable of weathering the recession.

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