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Duratex and Lenzing unite to build the biggest industrial line of cellulose i...

6/22/2018 - Duratex, largest producer of industrial wood panels and flooring, sanitary vitreous Chinaware and metal fittings in the southern hemisphere, announces entry into a new segment of activity, the soluble cellulose, in partnership with the Austrian group Lenzing, leader in the production of fibres cellulose special. The new company aims to operate in the production and marketing of this produce

Crisis change habit of consumption of supplements

6/22/2018 - The high of the dollar and the Country's economic situation meant that, over the past two years, the segment of amargasse dietary supplements a retraction of 30% in average ticket spent by their consumers. Until next year, there's no prospect that the downgrade is over 20 percentage points, reaching 50% in the price drop. The


6/22/2018 - The Administrative Council for economic Defense (Cade) approved the sale of the Brazilian operations of u.s. retail group Wal-Mart for the investment firm Advent without imposing restrictions, second order published in the Official Gazette in this Friday (22).

Sales of SOAP to wash clothes must grow 3.3% this year

6/22/2018 - Sales of SOAP to wash clothes close to 3.3% growth 2018, according to Euromonitor's projection that, if confirmed, will mean moving R $6.74 billion in Brazil. The leadership of the category is Unilever, through its trade marks Omo, Brilliant and Surf. Then appears the chemistry Amparo, dona Ypê brand. Only after them comes in the list of the largest in participation Ariel, manufactured by P&G. However, the company has plans to increase your participation.

E-commerce: sales grow 4.4 percent in Brazil in the first quarter

6/22/2018 - E-commerce sales totaled $4.06 billion in the first quarter R in the State of São Paulo, which represents a growth of 4.4% compared with the same period of 2017. In month-to-month comparison, online sales rose by 8.8 percent in January, retreated 1.9 percent in February and returned to grow 5.4% in March. The data are from the Economic Research of e-commerce, developed by FecomercioSP and Ebit.

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