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November 5, 2007 | Ladka Bauerova, Bloomberg News
Daniel Ngonga doesn't own any of conglomerate PPR's Yves Saint Laurent suits or Gucci loafers. Yet the Kenyan is one of millions of Africans fueling growth at the world's third-largest maker of luxury goods. Ngonga, 28, often buys amoxicillin, a generic antibiotic imported to Kenya by PPR distribution subsidiary CFAO, which sells such diverse products as cars and pharmaceuticals across the world's poorest continent.
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November 5, 2007 | Ladka Bauerova, Bloomberg News
Daniel Ngonga doesn't own any of conglomerate PPR's Yves Saint Laurent suits or Gucci loafers. Yet the Kenyan is one of millions of Africans fueling growth at the world's third-largest maker of luxury goods. Ngonga, 28, often buys amoxicillin, a generic antibiotic imported to Kenya by PPR distribution subsidiary CFAO, which sells such diverse products as cars and pharmaceuticals across the world's poorest continent.
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