FINLAND: Vin & Sprit too big for Altia - CEO

By Simon Haydon | 10 January 2008

Finnish state-owned alcohol company Altia Corporation is not big enough to buy Swedish drinks giant Vin & Sprit but could be interested if the company is broken up into parts, according to chief executive Antti Pankakoski.

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Finnish state-owned alcohol company Altia Corporation is not big enough to buy Swedish drinks giant Vin & Sprit but could be interested if the company is broken up into parts, according to chief executive Antti Pankakoski.

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