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Sodexo's sport and leisure business targets China in growth drive

Reuters India Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Sodexo's sport and leisure business, which provides catering at the U.S. Super Bowl, Royal Ascot and the Eiffel Tower, will focus on organic growth as it integrates its 2017 U.S. acquisition Centerplate.
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