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About P&G
P&G is celebrating 165 years of providing trusted quality brands that make every day better for the world's consumers. Two billion times a day, P&G brands touch the lives of people around the world. Globally, P&G has a turnover of over US$ 43 Billion, has on-the-ground operations in over 80 countries and offers over 300 superior quality brands to the world's consumers. P&G invests US$ 1,600 Million in R&D ahead of most of its global competitors, to ensure innovative and superior quality products. It has over 7,500 scientists working in 22 research centers in 12 countries around the world. Please visit www.pg.com for the latest news and in-depth information about P&G and its brands

About P&G India
P&G India is one of India's fastest growing Fast Moving Consumer Goods Companies that has in its portfolio P&G's Billion dollar brands such as Tide, Ariel, Pantene, Pampers Whisper - India's leading Feminine care brand, Vicks - India's No. 1 Cold & Cough brand and Head & Shoulders India's leading Anti Dandruff shampoo. With a turnover of Rs. 800+ cr. and employee strength of 500, the Company has carved a reputation for delivering high quality, value-added products to meet the needs of consumers. P&G India takes pride in being voted India's Best Employer 2003 in a survey of 200 companies conducted by International HR Consultancy Hewitt Associates in association with Business Today magazine. Earlier, the Company was voted India's 2nd Best Employer in previous editions of the survey in 2001 and 2002. Notably, there are over 200 Indian employees with P&G Subsidiaries abroad.

Procter & Gamble is committed to making every day in the lives of its stakeholders better through the quality of its products and the sincerity of its service.

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