NZ: Pernod allowed to keep ex-Allied brands

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 6 July 2006

Pernod Ricard will be able to keep five key brands in New Zealand after the country's competition watchdogs ruled that retaining them would not affect competition in the local wine and spirits market.

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Pernod Ricard will be able to keep five key brands in New Zealand after the country's competition watchdogs ruled that retaining them would not affect competition in the local wine and spirits market.

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