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P&G Plans More Price Cuts In 2013, Defends Savings Plan

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Procter & Gamble will slash prices on some products in the short term to halt U.S. market share erosion in categories where competitors did not previously raise prices. On the firm’s Q4 earnings call, executives defended their bullish growth and savings projections.

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