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Mohit Malhotra to replace Sunil Duggal as Dabur CEO, to take charge in Apr

Duggal to bow out after 17 years at the helm of the Ayurveda major

Mohit Malhotra

Mohit Malhotra

Arnab Dutta New Delhi
Mohit Malhotra will replace Sunil Duggal as the chief executive officer of Dabur India, the company announced on Thursday. Malhotra, a Dabur India veteran will take charge from Duggal – currently the longest serving CEO in the fast moving consumer goods industry - on 1 April.

Malhotra’s elevation comes at a time, when the firm is regaining growth momentum after two years of lull. While he was heading the Ayurveda major’s international business for nearly a decade, Malhotra shifted base – from Dubai to Ghaziabad – last year as the head of Dabur’s India business.

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First Published: Jan 31 2019 | 8:40 PM IST

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