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Keep it in the Family - Part Four

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In the fourth in our series of reports on key family-owned wines and spirits groups, Ben Cooper and drinks industry analyst Canadean look at Rémy Cointreau, a company which has swum against the tide by consolidating while other major players have looked to grow through acquisition.


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