BELGIUM: Further acquisitions not on cards for Interbrew

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 14 March 2002

In the wake of its annual results yesterday, the world's second largest brewer, Interbrew said it was not going to make any major acquisitions this year. Instead it would be focusing on organic growth and improving its business efficiency. Interbrew has been in aggressive mood in the last 24 months, making major acquisitions in the UK and Germany, among others and displacing Heineken as the world's second largest beer concern behind Anheuser-Busch.  "

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In the wake of its annual results yesterday, the world's second largest brewer, Interbrew said it was not going to make any major acquisitions this year. Instead it would be focusing on organic growth and improving its business efficiency. Interbrew has been in aggressive mood in the last 24 months, making major acquisitions in the UK and Germany, among others and displacing Heineken as the world's second largest beer concern behind Anheuser-Busch.  "

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