JAPAN: Sapporo investors urged to reject takeover defence

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 March 2007

US private equity firm Steel Partners is lobbying Sapporo Holdings shareholders to reject a proposed 'advance warning system' against potential takeover bids for the Japanese company.

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US private equity firm Steel Partners is lobbying Sapporo Holdings shareholders to reject a proposed 'advance warning system' against potential takeover bids for the Japanese company.

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