BRICs and beyond: Hershey hopes for sweeter future in India

By Dean Best | 28 September 2012

Hershey's passage into India has proved anything but smooth but clearly the US confectionery giant is a believer in perseverance.

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Hershey's passage into India has proved anything but smooth but clearly the US confectionery giant is a believer in perseverance.

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