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By Chris Brook-Carter | 10 September 2010

The news last month that PepsiCo is to invest heavily in the Vietnamese market has been followed this week by a significant play in the country by another leading Western FMCG group, Heinz

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The news last month that PepsiCo is to invest heavily in the Vietnamese market has been followed this week by a significant play in the country by another leading Western FMCG group, Heinz

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