CAGNY: PepsiCo mulls smaller M&A for emerging market growth

By Michelle Russell | 22 February 2013

Snacks and beverage giant PepsiCo has said it may look at smaller acquisitions as a way of driving international scale and profit in developing markets.

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Snacks and beverage giant PepsiCo has said it may look at smaller acquisitions as a way of driving international scale and profit in developing markets.

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