just the Facts – The Chinese soft drinks market

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 July 2010

Danone this week agreed to sell its 22.98% shareholding in China Huiyuan Juice Group to Hong-Kong-based private equity firm SAIF Partners for EUR200m (US$260m).

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Danone this week agreed to sell its 22.98% shareholding in China Huiyuan Juice Group to Hong-Kong-based private equity firm SAIF Partners for EUR200m (US$260m).

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