BRICs and beyond: Ferrero investment shines light on Mexican confectionery market

By Michelle Russell | 5 April 2012

Confectionery giant Ferrero last month announced plans to invest US$190m in the construction of a production facility in Mexico.

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Confectionery giant Ferrero last month announced plans to invest US$190m in the construction of a production facility in Mexico.

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