PARIS— Leading global cosmetics company L'Oreal saw its sales grow 12 percent last year, with increases across old and new markets despite difficulties in Brazil and global economic uncertainty. The Paris- based company reported Thursday that its net profit fell to 3.3 billion euros in 2015 from 4.9 billion euros the year before. L'Oreal said growth...» Read More
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