CANADA: Sapporo secures control of Sleeman

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 18 October 2006

Japanese brewer Sapporo has secured a 95.8% stake in Canada's Sleeman Breweries after making an offer for the company's shares.

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Japanese brewer Sapporo has secured a 95.8% stake in Canada's Sleeman Breweries after making an offer for the company's shares.

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