Interbrew has upper hand in battle to save Bass

By Chris Brook-Carter | 9 July 2001

The release of the UK government's remedies to the furore surrounding Interbrew's acquisition of Bass Brewers is not as straight forward as it first looks. Chris Brook-Carter looks at Interbrew's strategy and suggests all may not be what it seems.

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The release of the UK government's remedies to the furore surrounding Interbrew's acquisition of Bass Brewers is not as straight forward as it first looks. Chris Brook-Carter looks at Interbrew's strategy and suggests all may not be what it seems.

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