US/CANADA: Molson Coors acquires 5% stake in Foster's

By Chris Mercer | 5 November 2008

Molson Coors has revealed that it has acquired "exposure" to 5% of Foster's shares, amid speculation that the Australian beer and wine group may be sold.

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Molson Coors has revealed that it has acquired "exposure" to 5% of Foster's shares, amid speculation that the Australian beer and wine group may be sold.

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