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…have to supply a wider range of higher quality goods.
In Nigeria there was an increased demand for textiles, and the switch from Lancashire to
Japanese sources of supply continued…
• Number of smallholder farmers in our supply
network who we have enabled access to
initiatives aimed at improving their agricultural…
Sunil Bharti Mittal
Nationality: Indian. Age: 53.
Sunil started his career after graduating from Panjab University in
India in 1976 and founded Bharti. He is a past…
…Middle East & Africa, CFO GE
Healthcare Latin America and CFO GE Germany. Her earlier
career included financial positions in The Walt Disney Company
and Transport Canada. Dr Hartmann…
… a business with new leadership. All
bar one of the executive team are new in their jobs in the last two
years. Four of them have joined Unilever from outside – new
…talent and experience
International experience is an important part of the Unilever career proposition. The
many forces at work in the European retail environment give Unilever…
…19 – Mrs S Kilsby
Nationality: American/British. Age: 60. Female. Susan begun
her career at The First Boston Corporation and later worked
at Bankers Trust and BZW, before the…
from American buyers. This gave rise to fears that the total available supply of oils and fats
might not be sufficient.
In fa L t, the supplies of soya bean…
…whole saw its
competitive strength weaken in 1906 and 1907
because butter was in plentiful supply and this lowered
the value of margarine. Van den Bergh and Jurgens
faced stiff competition…
That is why we are embedding the Sustainable Living Plan in
our entire value chain. It will be a long journey. Last month
we published our first progress report - there…
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