MEXICO: Jose Cuervo owner unlikely to sell easily to Diageo - analysts

By Ivan Castano | 6 September 2011

Diageo may have to bide its time if it wants acquire Jose Cuervo Tequila at a reasonable price, according to Mexico-based analysts.

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Diageo may have to bide its time if it wants acquire Jose Cuervo Tequila at a reasonable price, according to Mexico-based analysts.

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