UPDATE: CHINA: Analysts see packaged food, sourcing deals for Wahaha

By Michelle Russell | 14 September 2012

The decision by Wahaha to look at acquisitions for overseas growth has come as little surprise to some analysts who believe the Chinese food and drink firm may look at packaged food or sourcing deals.

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The decision by Wahaha to look at acquisitions for overseas growth has come as little surprise to some analysts who believe the Chinese food and drink firm may look at packaged food or sourcing deals.

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