The Anglo-Dutch concern Unilever, which produces consumer goods, reported a 3.1% increase in revenue in the first quarter of this year, which was supported by an increase in sales and producer prices. Total sales increased by 1.2% for the quarter, while in emerging markets sales grew by 5%. The segment of beauty and personal care products showed revenue growth of 3.1%. Proceeds from the sale of products for home care rose by 6%, from the sale of food - by 1.5%. During the earnings period, the concern reduced its turnover by 1.6% due to the sale of business spreads. At the end of 2018, it reported a turnover growth of 5.1% to 51 billion euros.
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