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  • ascendancy. The gap between those two brands has continued to widen ever since. Last full revision 18th May 2016 * Archive page for historical reference only. This profile is no longer being actively
  • advantage as a host of local companies rushed to fill the gap in the market, especially outside France. Perrier struggled to regain its market dominance. Even before the benzene scare, its biggest still
  • though the addition of Opel and Vauxhall narrows the gap more than a little. The group's next biggest market is now Germany, with 371k registrations in 2017. Opel accounted for around two-thirds of that
  • For several years, Ariel steadily closed the gap, helped along by new product development including gels for low temperature washes and stain removers. Multi-function 3-in-1 Liquitab gel capsules, introduced
  • which had failed signally to narrow the gap with Nabisco. It was sold at a large loss in 1996. The following year, UB sold its Smith's crisps in Australia and Italy to PepsiCo in exchange for French company
  • which steadily encroached on Ford's lead. The gap in share between the two narrowed from 2 clear percentage points in 2003 to under 1 point for 2007, before widening again since 2008. For 2016, SMMT
  • There are also significant gaps in its non-spirits portfolio. Guinness is its only beer and in 2015, Diageo agreed to divest virtually all of its small wine business, mostly to Treasury Wines Estates.
  • narrowing the gap a little (but only a little) with the mighty Dentsu. Hakuhodo has also added to its international profile with acquisitions of small creative agencies in major advertising territories,
  • closing the gap on its stablemate in 2016 with sales of 648k vehicles. Like all manufacturers, Kia's Korean sales have come under pressure, settling at 535k units in 2016, or around 29% market share.
  • During 2013, the gap between Carrefour and arch-rival Leclerc narrowed dramatically, and the smaller group came close to seizing first place. By year-end however, Carrefour had recovered at least some

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