Warner-Lambert Sudafed, Halls brands help spur consumer health care sales 11% in 1995.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
WARNER-LAMBERT CONSUMER HEALTH CARE SALES INCREASE 11% IN 1995 to $3.29 bil., driven by the segment's international operations, the company reported Jan. 23. Outside the U.S., Warner-Lambert's consumer health care segment sales rose 18% in 1995 and, at constant exchange rates, were up 15%. U.S. sales were ahead 4%
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