Analysts nervous but Lion keeps hunting

By David Robertson | 8 October 2001

The terrorist attacks in the US have sent global economies into a downward spiral but as David Robertson reports it has provided an opportunity for Australian brewer Lion Nathan to finally launch its wine strategy.

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The terrorist attacks in the US have sent global economies into a downward spiral but as David Robertson reports it has provided an opportunity for Australian brewer Lion Nathan to finally launch its wine strategy.

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