UPDATE 1: US: Nestle seen as likely buyer for Pfizer baby food unit

By Katy Askew | 18 April 2012

Nestle is the most likely candidate to acquire the infant nutrition arm of US pharmaceutical group Pfizer, analysts have suggested.

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Nestle is the most likely candidate to acquire the infant nutrition arm of US pharmaceutical group Pfizer, analysts have suggested.

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