By  on October 24, 2013

LONDON — Unilever, whose products range from ice cream to shampoo, reported a 6.5 percent drop in third-quarter revenue to 12.5 billion euros, or $16.5 billion. The company cited a negative currency impact of 8.5 percent and a lack of improvement in the company's North American and European markets.

Unilever said underlying sales growth was 3.2 percent, fueled by emerging markets, which rose 5.9 percent. However, overall growth slowed from 5 percent in the second quarter, and 4.9 percent in the first.

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