SABMiller stands tall to AB challenge
When South African Breweries bought Miller Brewing in 2002, many wondered if it had overpaid for a company that was destined always to shrink in the shadow of Anheuser-Busch. However, midway through its turnaround programme, SABMiller is proving its doubters wrong. With the all-important summer period ahead, CEO Graham Mackay may yet have the class to pull out an upset or two.
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