UKRAINE: Interbrew's Krym sale gets approval
Interbrew announced yesterday that the Ukrainian Anti-Monopoly committee has approved the sale of its 83.98% stake in Krym Brewery to the Donetsk Brewery. A condition of Interbrew's acquisition of the Rogan Brewery in December 2000 was that the brewer, which at year-end 2000 had a 35% share of the Ukraine market, had to dispose of its stake in Krym.
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