An employee arranges Unilever's margarine brands Becel, Blue Band, Bona and Zeeuws Meisje in a supermarket in Zwijndrecht, on April 6, 2017. Dutch-British consumer products giant Unilever said on April 6, 2017 it is selling off its underperforming margarine division, just weeks after spurning a takeover bid by US rival Kraft-Heinz. Unilever is also planning to boost dividends this year by 12 percent, and will launch a shares buy-back of some five billion euros ($5.3 billion) by the end of the year. / AFP PHOTO / ANP / Marco de Swart / Netherlands OUT

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