JAPAN: Kirin aims to keep Lion Nathan Holding

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 July 2007

Kirin Brewery Co. aims to keep its 46.1% stake in the Australian brewer Lion Nathan, according to The Australian Financial Review.

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Kirin Brewery Co. aims to keep its 46.1% stake in the Australian brewer Lion Nathan, according to The Australian Financial Review.

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