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Why doesn’t Diageo buy Fever-Tree? - Analysis

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Following the purchase of SABMiller by Anheuser-Busch InBev last year, no drinks company can be ruled out as a takeover target, whatever its size. That includes Diageo, which has been suggested previously as potentially being in the sights of the likes of AB InBev.


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