Danone investiert erneut in China

May 2013
Lebensmittel Zeitung;5/24/2013, Issue 21, p20
The article discusses the activities of French dairy products manufacturer Danone S.A. in China. It focuses on the consequences of a joint venture between Danone and Chinese food producer Cofco for the dairy industry in China. Information and forecasts regarding the market share of dairy companies Mengniu Dairy, Danone, and Nestlé are also presented.


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