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The recent acquisition of Shaw Wallace by the Indian UB Group, owned by Vijay Mallya, created the world's second largest spirits producer by volume and significantly enhances UB's already powerful position. Umesh Madhavan and Yvonne Kok of Euromonitor International examine the deal and its implications.


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