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Heineken, the Dutch beer giant, has remained silent in the face of criticism it has not pursued opportunities in the global acquisition market in the way its rivals Interbrew and SAB have done in the last year. But a spate of smaller targets have been swallowed in a month and the company is well positioned for more. Chris Brook-Carter reports.


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