Citi Consumer Conference: Mondelez: China is our most important opportunity

By Michelle Russell | 29 May 2013

Mondelez International has said China remains the "single, most important opportunity" for the group as it looks to ramp up expansion in emerging markets.

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Mondelez International has said China remains the "single, most important opportunity" for the group as it looks to ramp up expansion in emerging markets.

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