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USANA expansion

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Direct marketer's entry into Taiwan slated for Q4. Company putting infrastructure in place and obtaining product approvals, also plans to leverage existing resources in Hong Kong, Australia to support Taiwan entry. One-time costs associated with suspended effort to take direct marketer private result in Q1 earnings per share impact of 3¢, USANA says April 25. Nevertheless, net earnings rose 140% from year-ago quarter to $1.1 mil. on a 3.7% sales gain to $28.6 mil. Improved margins resulted from production efficiencies, adjustment in pricing strategy, firm explains. USANA founder Myron Wentz cited company's improved performance as reason for terminating his bid to take it private (1"The Tan Sheet" April 15, 2002, p. 5)...

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