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    How do I calculate the ratios of Proctor and Gamble's 2010 annual report?
    What do the ratios conclude about the company's financial strengths and weaknesses?

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    To do this, start by assessing P &G's 2010 annual report from:

    http://annualreport.pg.com/annualreport2010/downloads/PG_2010_AnnualReport.pdf

    Moving downward the pdf document, you should see the "financial summary" section. Open this so that see the "financial summary (unaudited) part.

    Opening an ...

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