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Dip in rural demand to slow FMCG growth rate around 9-10% in 2019: Nielsen report

Firstpost Wednesday, 17 July 2019
The FMCG sector in India will face a slowdown in 2019 with a growth rate of around 9-10 percent impacted by a dip in demand, particularly the rural, according to a report
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