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The anticipated acquisition spree at Australian drinks group, Foster's, following its purchase of Beringer in 2001, has failed to materialise, leaving it well behind major global super-brewers. David Robertson reports on why Foster's has not expanded further and asks what the future holds for the Melbourne-based group.


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