ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Gains of Liberalisation

Gains of Liberalisation OUTSTANDING performance has become customary for high profile Hindustan Lever, holding its sway in personal products and soaps and detergents and having diversified into chemicals (fluid cracking catalysts and functionalised biopolymers)and agriproducts (fertilisers and seeds). Its directors simply put the results for 1992 as 'satisfactory'. However, these illustrate the meeting of growth and profit targets by all sections of the company's business. Between them, in net sales, processed triglycerides accounted for Rs 121,927 lakh (Rs 105,407 lakh in 1991), chemicals and agriproducts for Rs 23,567 lakh (Rs 21,230 lakh) and exports, personal products and others for Rs 30,209 lakh (Rs 24,124 lakh) in the aggregate figure of Rs 175,703 lakh (Rs 150,761 lakh).

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