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Having recovered from a tax scandal in 2005 and now back in growth, the privately owned Brazilian brewer Primo Schincariol has become a takeover target for international players keen to expand their presence in the growing Brazilian beer market. Nuria Sadurni of Euromonitor International assesses the Schincariol recovery and identifies possible bidders for Brazil's second largest brewer.


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