By  on August 1, 2008

LONDON — Unilever said Thursday its second-quarter profits slumped 19 percent to 978 million euros, or $1.53 billion at average exchange for the period.

The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant attributed the downturn to higher restructuring costs and a tough comparison with the year-ago period’s low tax rate as well as to the strength of the euro.

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