The French division of Nestlé Waters has sold another bottled water brand to the Société des Eaux Minérales d'Ogeu (SEMO).
Nestlé's Waters unit has reported a slight rise in nine-month sales as its Latin America and Asia regions performed strongly, Europe improved and North America held steady.
The head of Nestlé's bottled water unit, John Harris, is to retire after 39 years with the company.
Nestlé Waters has posted a rise in first-half sales but operating profits remained flat despite emerging market growth.
Nestlé Waters has opened a US$53m factory in South Korea though its joint venture in the country, Pulmuone Waters.
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