Unilever sets aside $427m for expansion
The Jakarta Post
PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk, a subsidiary of Anglo-Dutch consumers good giant Unilever, will allocate between ¤300 million (US$427.4 million) and 350 million euros over two years for capital expenditure to support expansion plans in Indonesia, a senior executive said.
Unilever general manager and corporate secretary Sancoyo Antarikso said in Jakarta on Thursday that the funds would sou...
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