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Analysis - M&A in the Drinks Sector: Why Doing the Deal is Only the Beginning

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The drinks sector is particularly fertile ground for mergers and acquisition activity, with a number of big businesses accustomed to making acquisitions to spur growth, new players popping up all over the place with new offerings, and clear efficiencies to be had when combining systems and processes.


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