S AFRICA: SABMiller sets out Black Economic Empowerment deal

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 8 December 2009

SABMiller has laid out the terms of a plan to offer an 8.45% stake in its South African Breweries subsidiary to black investors, in a deal valued at US$988m.

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SABMiller has laid out the terms of a plan to offer an 8.45% stake in its South African Breweries subsidiary to black investors, in a deal valued at US$988m.

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