Australian groups eye total integration
Integrating spirits, wine and beer has proved problematic for major drinks groups over the years but expansionary moves by the two major Australian brewers, Foster's Group and Lion Nathan, suggest that the idea is once again being seriously considered. David Robertson reports.
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