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Unilever CEO Believes More Investors From Emerging Markets Will Become Shareholders In His Company

July 19, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever chief executive officer Paul Polman said he expects more of his company’s shareholders to come from emerging markets, which he also believes will continue to contribute significantly to the consumer goods company’s long-term growth prospects. Polman said investors with long-term investment outlook are appreciating Unilever’s emphasis on long-term growth; however, he aims to continue presenting his company’s sustainable living plan to investors on a regular basis. He also said the financial crisis and the eurozone debt crisis have forced many people to reduce their focus on sustainability issues, but Polman said the crises should encourage businesses to plan for increased sustainability and equitability in future growth.
James Chambers , "Unilever’s Paul Polman on IR, sustainability and apps", Inside Investor Relations, July 19, 2012, © Cross Border Ltd
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