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Global Forces and the European Brewing Industry

Questions;

1. Using the data from the case study (and any other sources available), carry out for the European brewing industry;

i. PESTEL analysis 

ii. A five forces analysis

What do you conclude?

2. For the four breweries outlined above...

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