SOUTH AFRICA: World Cup set to save SABMiller unit's Q1 volumes

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 July 2010

SABMiller sold more beer than it expected in South Africa during the FIFA World Cup, helping to offset difficult conditions for the brewer's local subsidiary in its first fiscal quarter.

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SABMiller sold more beer than it expected in South Africa during the FIFA World Cup, helping to offset difficult conditions for the brewer's local subsidiary in its first fiscal quarter.

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