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A recurring theme in the drinks sector during 1999 and 2000 has been the number of corporate restructuring initiatives aimed at boosting sagging share prices. Some solutions have been radical forcing many traditional heavyweights out of the brewing business altogether. Other companies have spent big bucks to consolidate or expand their operations.


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