As new Procter & Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley retakes the reins from predecessor Robert MacDonald, he'll find a company that is extending its reach globally into developing consumer markets. A key area for P&G is the African continent. In the accompanying video, Fool contributor Asit Sharma examines P&G's recent manufacturing investments in Africa, and discusses what this means for the company and its future growth.
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