Reckitt merger gives new hope to brands

Whitfield, Paul
August 1999
Marketing (00253650);8/5/1999, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on the merger of Reckitt & Colman and Benckiser. Terms of agreement; Benefits from the merger; Products offered by the two companies.


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