BELGIUM: Interbrew advances partnership with Chinese ally
Interbrew has announced today that it has strengthened its ties with the Zhujiang Brewery of Guangdong, China, by signing a Framework Agreement, building on a Memorandum of Understanding signed in Shanghai in March. Under the Framework Agreement, Interbrew will initially subscribe to 24% of the shares in Zhujiang, with the intention to further increase its stake within the framework of Chinese legislation.
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