P&G Expects $50 Bil. In Green Product Sales Between 2007 And 2012
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Procter & Gamble's sales of products with reduced environmental impact have reached $13.1 billion since 2007 and the firm expects the total to reach at least $50 billion by 2012
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