PARIS — The recent softening of sales in North America and Western Europe, especially its home market of France, prompted L’Oréal Thursday to cut its full-year sales growth forecast to 4 percent from the 6 percent projection it made in August.
The projection is for “like-for-like” sales, which exclude currency fluctuations as well as changes in corporate structure.
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