Procter & Gamble Co operates in the Soap and other detergents sector.
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sales of $5.97 billion
of which 34%
(2016 sales: $15.20 billion
of which 85%
was Oral, Personal and Home Care), and
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
(2016 sales of $3.49 billion
of which 77%
was Consumer Domestic).
Note: not all of these companies have the same fiscal year: the most recent data for each company are being used.
Procter and Gamble reported sales of $65.06 billion
June of 2017.
decrease of 0.4%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were $65.30 billion.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 2.5% decline
in Grooming, from $6.82 billion to $6.64 billion.
There were also decreases in sales in
Fabric and Homecare (down 0.1% to $20.72 billion)
Baby, Feminine and Family Care (down 1.4% to $18.25 billion)
Beauty (down 0.4% to $11.43 billion)
However, these declines were partially offset by the increase in sales of
Healthcare (up 2.2% to $7.51 billion)
Corporate (up 19.7% to $505.00 million)