AUS/NZ: Asahi Group to buy Independent Liquor Group

By Chris Mercer | 18 August 2011

Asahi Group has said that it has signed a deal to acquire New Zealand and Australia-based Independent Liquor Group for NZ1.52bn (JPY97.6m, US$1.27bn).

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Asahi Group has said that it has signed a deal to acquire New Zealand and Australia-based Independent Liquor Group for NZ1.52bn (JPY97.6m, US$1.27bn).

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