CHINA: Beijing Yanjing Brewery trading suspended

By | 18 January 2008

The trading of shares in Beijing Yanjing Brewery has been suspended today (18 January).

Share transactions have been put on hold pending an announcement, the company said in a filing with the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

No further details were immediately given regarding what the announcement concerns.

Beijing Yanjing is the last remaining major independent brewer in China. Speculation over the last couple of years has linked InBev to the company, although nothing has materialised as yet between the two.

Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: InBev

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