Procter & Gamble revises guidance following Venezuelan currency devaluation P&G said it expects to incur one-time charges in the range of $200 million to $275 million after-tax, or 7 to 9c per share, based on its preliminary assessment of revaluing the local balance sheet at the new exchange rate. The final impact will be dependent on confirmation of final balance sheet positions at the date of the devaluation. The Company said it will recognize the one-time charges as non-core items in its presentation of fiscal year 2013 results.
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