BELGIUM: Interbrew shareholders may dilute ownership

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 5 June 2002

Reports in the business press have suggested that large family shareholders in the Belgian-based beer conglomerate, Interbrew, may be willing to dilute their shareholdings in the group to help finance acquisitions. Interbrew has not commented on the speculation.

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Reports in the business press have suggested that large family shareholders in the Belgian-based beer conglomerate, Interbrew, may be willing to dilute their shareholdings in the group to help finance acquisitions. Interbrew has not commented on the speculation.

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