US: Coors says Carling better-than-expected buy

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 28 February 2002

Adolph Coors has said that its acquisition of the UK's leading lager brand Carling, will add more to earnings than first expected. When the deal was first announced the US-based company said it would result in mid-to-high single digit additions to earnings per share, followed by double-digit accretion.

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Adolph Coors has said that its acquisition of the UK's leading lager brand Carling, will add more to earnings than first expected. When the deal was first announced the US-based company said it would result in mid-to-high single digit additions to earnings per share, followed by double-digit accretion.

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