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After some less than successful diversification in recent years, Lion Nathan is focusing its attentions back on beer and winning the approval of analysts in the process. The company looks set to gain ground in the growing premium beer sector but is also thought to be considering further diversification into ready-to-drink spirits. David Robertson examines Lion's recent activities and plans for the future.


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