In the Spotlight - Nestle

By Dean Best | 24 October 2008

Nestle cheered the market yesterday (23 October) when it upped its full-year forecasts for revenue and profits. Dean Best looks at why, for many industry watchers, the world's largest food group is best placed to weather the economic downturn.

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Nestle cheered the market yesterday (23 October) when it upped its full-year forecasts for revenue and profits. Dean Best looks at why, for many industry watchers, the world's largest food group is best placed to weather the economic downturn.

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