SWEDEN: Vin & Sprit on the acquisition trail

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 28 August 2002

The chief executive of the Swedish state-owned spirits company, Vin & Sprit AB, has said the company is looking for acquisitions and aims to become one of the world's top five spirits companies within the next five years.

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The chief executive of the Swedish state-owned spirits company, Vin & Sprit AB, has said the company is looking for acquisitions and aims to become one of the world's top five spirits companies within the next five years.

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