About this book
Trade paperback. Starting with a focus on Kraft's takeover of Cadbury in 2010, Brummer looks at how great swathes of British industry have fallen into overseas hands, ever since Thatcher's government swept away capital controls in the 1980s.
In 2010 the iconic British chocolate manufacturer Cadbury was taken over by the US food giant Kraft. This title explains why British companies are so irresistible to overseas buyers. It considers the impact of foreign deals on Britain's enterprise culture.
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