PORTUGAL: Talks continue on Cockburn sale

By Richard Woodard | 22 June 2006

Talks are continuing over the possible acquisition of the assets of Port producer Cockburn by the Symington Family Port Companies.

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Talks are continuing over the possible acquisition of the assets of Port producer Cockburn by the Symington Family Port Companies.

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