Tekel liberalisation to shake up spirits

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 2 June 2003

With the liberalisation of Turkish state-run monopoly Tekel expected to take place next month, Euromonitor looks at its potential impact on the spirits sector and considers which players will be vying to acquire the company's famous Raki brands.

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With the liberalisation of Turkish state-run monopoly Tekel expected to take place next month, Euromonitor looks at its potential impact on the spirits sector and considers which players will be vying to acquire the company's famous Raki brands.

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