INDIA: UB Group travails to force United Spirits hand?

By Raghavendra Verma | 11 January 2012

United Spirits may be forced to consider teaming with a multinational drinks partner to fend off the financial pitfalls facing its parent company, The UB Group.

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United Spirits may be forced to consider teaming with a multinational drinks partner to fend off the financial pitfalls facing its parent company, The UB Group.

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