J&J reports slower Consumer and OTC growth

20 October 2016 - Deborah Wilkes

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Johnson & Johnson said lower trade inventory levels, primarily in the US, had held back growth at its Consumer division in the third quarter of 2016. The effect was most pronounced for the division's OTC and Skin Care businesses, commented Joseph Wolk, vice-president of investor relations.

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