Kimberly Clark experiencing 'good' momentum Says sees "good" margin improvement which is fueling future growth. Says fewer U.S. births has affected its diaper and training pant business but is now seeing the birthrate stabilize, even though that number hasn't turned positive yet. Says plans for products to be in 100 China cities by the end of the year. Sees opportunity to broaden portfolio in those markets. Says in Japan, adult care business is the same as its disposable care business. Says still seeing high single digit growth in Depends business in U.S. Says its India market is underdeveloped relative to China and relative to the country's population. Say not spending as much in North America and Europe which is helping to free-up some CapEx. Says baby wipe business is still mid to high single digit growth business. Comments made at the Sanford Bernstein Annual Strategic Decisions conference.