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    The changes in net revenue have reportedly led the company to adjust their full-year outlook already "to a low double-digit increase".

    Reckitt Benckiser, a prominent consumer goods company headquartered in the UK and the owner of the Durex brand, has recently reported a rise in their net revenue which stems at least partially from a recovery in condom sales, Sky News reports.

    According to the media outlet, Reckitt Benckiser previously indicated a sharp drop in demand for condoms amid the coronavirus lockdowns in Europe during spring, but it appears that this trend has changed since then.

    "After a more challenging first-half of the year, relaxations of social distancing regulations resulted in improved demand for our sexual wellbeing products, including Durex, which saw double-digit growth in revenue", the company said. "This has been particularly pronounced in markets where the rate of pandemic infection has materially improved."

    And although "re-tightening" coronavirus restrictions may hamper the aforementioned recovery, Reckitt Benckiser has already raised its full-year net revenue outlook "to a low double-digit increase", the media outlet added.

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