UPDATE US: Constellation Brands to focus on debt, restructuring

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 January 2009

Constellation Brands' main focus for 2009 will be reducing debt and reorganising its business, but the wine giant declined to rule out acquisitions should an opportunity arise.

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Constellation Brands' main focus for 2009 will be reducing debt and reorganising its business, but the wine giant declined to rule out acquisitions should an opportunity arise.

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