just the Round-Up - The week in drinks
The week in drinks
The top ten stories published on just-drinks last week:
China’s community of affluent, Lafite-loving wine drinkers has almost certainly peaked, according to a new report, creating opportunities for exporters to target other consumer groups in the country’s growing wine market.
The head of Indian alcohol production and retail company the Wave Group was shot dead in Delhi last weekend.
Vranken-Pommery Monopole has announced a capital increase of EUR42.5m (US$54.3m) to help finance the acquisition of five companies, including Champagne house Bissinger & Co.
A coming “wave of consolidations” in China's domestic soft drinks industry, sparked by PepsiCo's Tingyi alliance, will allow smaller international firms to gain a foothold in the country, a new study suggests.
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- Comment - Diageo CFO to North America? Do the Math
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- William Grant partners Rugby World Cup
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