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Foster's Group Ltd has announced that Nuno D'Aquino, its deputy CEO is to step down after a 42-year career with the company. D'Aquino, who began his career with Foster's as a laboratory technician, was appointed deputy CEO in March last year with primary responsibility for the strategy and execution of a group-wide business platform to facilitate a full service provider organisation.


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