AUS: Merrill Lynch calls for Foster's break-up

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 October 2007

Investment bank Merrill Lynch has suggested breaking up the Australian drinks group Foster's to restore shareholder value because its wine division is underperforming.

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Investment bank Merrill Lynch has suggested breaking up the Australian drinks group Foster's to restore shareholder value because its wine division is underperforming.

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