FRANCE: French PM wades into Danone controversy

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 21 July 2005

The possibility of a PepsiCo bid for Danone is continuing to cause controversy in France, with the country's Prime Minister backing calls for the water and food giant to remain in French hands.

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The possibility of a PepsiCo bid for Danone is continuing to cause controversy in France, with the country's Prime Minister backing calls for the water and food giant to remain in French hands.

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