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Soup it up

18 August 2016 By John Foley

The Swiss kibble-to-Kit Kat maker, like its peers, trades on a high multiple of earnings because of its defensive qualities. Generating cash is a formula Nestle has down, but creating growth to justify consumer goods companies’ lofty share prices calls for disruptive thinking.

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