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Procter & Gamble Gets Shoppers to Pay Up – The Wall Street Journal

Sales jumped 8% in latest quarter, fueled by demand for high-end household products



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Procter & Gamble Co. sales surged in the most recent quarter, fueled in part by demand for high-end household products from pricey dish soap to a $300 electric toothbrush.
Despite a tough economic picture and high unemployment, the maker of Gillette razors and Pampers diapers said consumers are increasingly willing to pay more for products.
The dynamic is playing out across the consumer-products industry, as more-affluent consumers fare better in this recession than those with lower income and cleaning…

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