Comment - Beer - SABMiller and Foster's: A Better Match than t'Would First Appear

By Pete Brown | 13 October 2011

The battle between SABMiller and Foster's Group for control of the Australian brewer took a turn in favour of SABMiller last month, when Foster's board approved its takeover offer. Our regular beer commentator, Pete Best, admits to being initially puzzled by SABMiller's move - and he wasn't the only one.

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The battle between SABMiller and Foster's Group for control of the Australian brewer took a turn in favour of SABMiller last month, when Foster's board approved its takeover offer. Our regular beer commentator, Pete Best, admits to being initially puzzled by SABMiller's move - and he wasn't the only one.

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