INDIA: S&N buys into United

By editorial team | 20 December 2004

Scottish and Newcastle (S&N) is to buy a 37.5% stake in India's United Breweries Ltd.

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Scottish and Newcastle (S&N) is to buy a 37.5% stake in India's United Breweries Ltd.

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