BELGIUM: InBev gains dividend payment approval
InBev has received shareholder approval for its gross dividend payment for last year.
The brewer, which held its general shareholders meeting today (29 April), will pay shareholders EUR2.44 per share.
Payment will be made tomorrow over the counters at nine banks, including ING Belgium and Fortis Banque Luxembourg.
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