CANADA: Molson expands south with Kaiser buy

By Eric Martin | 19 March 2002

As part of its strategy to expand Latin American operations, Canadian brewer Molson purchased Brazil's Kaiser Monday for US$765m. Kaiser is Brazil's second largest brewer.

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As part of its strategy to expand Latin American operations, Canadian brewer Molson purchased Brazil's Kaiser Monday for US$765m. Kaiser is Brazil's second largest brewer.

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