Lion Nathan ready to put spirit into the mix

By David Robertson | 12 May 2006

Australian beer and wine group Lion Nathan is expected to announce a move into ready-to-drink spirits next week. David Robertson assesses the options available to Lion as it seeks to emulate the success of its rival Foster's Group in the RTD sector.

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Australian beer and wine group Lion Nathan is expected to announce a move into ready-to-drink spirits next week. David Robertson assesses the options available to Lion as it seeks to emulate the success of its rival Foster's Group in the RTD sector.

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