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Analysis - Time for Campari to put away the chequebook

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At first glance, Gruppo Campari's Q1 figures, released yesterday (13 May), make for grim reading. However, the short term may not be quite so depressing for the company, provided it focuses less on M&A and more on integrating its recent buys.


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