Colgate-Palmolive
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Colgate-Palmolive

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Marketing Analysis of Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Submitted to Ms. Sara Khan Submitted by Aliya Sajjad Hasan Faraz Sarah Parvaiz Shan Abdullah MBA II April 28, 2000 Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Institute of Business Administration, Karachi 2 Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Table of Contents MARKETING ANALYSIS OF COLGATE PALMOLIVE PAKISTAN....................1...

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Marketing Analysis of Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Submitted to Ms. Sara Khan Submitted by Aliya Sajjad Hasan Faraz Sarah Parvaiz Shan Abdullah MBA II April 28, 2000 Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Institute of Business Administration, Karachi 2 Colgate Palmolive Pakistan Table of Contents MARKETING ANALYSIS OF COLGATE PALMOLIVE PAKISTAN....................1 ..............................................................................................................................................1 ..............................................................................................................................................1 SUBMITTED TO ..............................................................................................................1 MS. SARA KHAN..............................................................................................................1 SUBMITTED BY...............................................................................................................1 ALIYA SAJJAD.................................................................................................................1 HASAN FARAZ.................................................................................................................1 SARAH PARVAIZ............................................................................................................1 SHAN ABDULLAH...........................................................................................................1 MBA II................................................................................................................................1 APRIL 28, 2000..................................................................................................................1 INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, KARACHI..................................2 TABLE OF CONTENTS..................................................................................................3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS..............................................................................................7ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.

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