FRANCE: Bank takes stake in Les Eaux St Armand

By Stuart Todd | 27 January 2010

French bank Crédit Agricole has acquired more than one third of the holding company that controls France's third biggest bottled water group, Les Eaux St Armand.

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French bank Crédit Agricole has acquired more than one third of the holding company that controls France's third biggest bottled water group, Les Eaux St Armand.

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