Comment - SABMiller, Castel tie-up makes sense

By Chris Mercer | 7 October 2010

Leaving aside the rather flimsy source material for SABMiller's supposed move on Castel's beer operations in Africa, this is a deal that may be a case of when, not if.

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Leaving aside the rather flimsy source material for SABMiller's supposed move on Castel's beer operations in Africa, this is a deal that may be a case of when, not if.

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