One of the final pieces in the Seagram jigsaw was put in place this week when the DTI gave the go-ahead for Diageo's sale of Malibu to Allied Domecq. As expected there is to be no referral to the Competition Commission. Diageo was forced to sell Malibu to appease US authorities about its acquisition of Captain Morgan rum from Seagram. The combination of Malibu and Captain Morgan was considered to be too big a share of the US rum market, and concern over this was stalling the sale of Seagram to Diageo and Pernod Ricard. This was resolved by the Malibu sale. {{NEWS }}