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Denmark's Royal Unibrew has gained regulatory approval for its EUR470m (US$613m) acquisition of Heineken's Finnish unit, Hartwall, with the deal set to complete soon.
Heineken is to sell Hartwall to Denmark's Royal Unibrew for EUR470m (US$613m) in a deal expected to close before the end of the year.
Heineken's Bulgarian unit, Zagorka, has appointed a new marketing manager.
Royal Unibrew has said that it remains upbeat going into 2012 after a strong rise in profits and market share gains in 2011.
Royal Unibrew has said that it is satisfied with the first nine months of its fiscal year, with lower costs offsetting a drop in net beer sales.
A focus on cost control and high efficiency boosted Royal Unibrew's profits in the first half of the year.
Asia Pacific Breweries has acquired around 98% of Solomon Breweries for approximately SGD21.5m (US$17.5m).
Asia Pacific Breweries has signed a deal to acquire Solomon Breweries for approximately SGD22m (US$17.8m).
Royal Unibrew has completed the merger of its Polish unit with Van Pur brewery group in the country.
Lower production costs and fewer charges have helped Royal Unibrew to report its highest full-year profits in at least five years, despite a dip in beer sales.
Royal Unibrew has called an emergency general meeting to seek approval for the appointment of a new chairman.
Danish brewer Royal Unibrew has raised its full-year sales and profits guidance after performing better than expected in the first half of 2010.
Royal Unibrew has said it expects full-year earnings to hit the top end of its guidance range after a better-than-expected first quarter of 2010.
Royal Unibrew, the Denmark-based brewer, has lowered full-year profits guidance after raising DKK400m (US$78.6m) via a share rights issue.
Royal Unibrew, the Danish brewer, reported an improvement in earnings for the first nine months of the year, despite a fall in sales.
Royal Unibrew, the privately held Danish brewer, has announced that Peter Ryttergaard will be its new chief financial officer.
Royal Unibrew, the Danish brewer, is to sell its shares in its Dominica, St. Vincent and Antigua breweries to Cerveceria Nacional Dominicana (CND) in a bid to reduce its debt.
Royal Unibrew, the Danish brewer, has received approval from competition authorities to sell its Koszalin brewery in Poland to local beer group Van Pur.
Royal Unibrew, the Danish brewer, has reported a 8% drop in net sales for the first quarter due to heavy declines in Eastern Europe.
Danish brewer Royal Unibrew has sold its Koszalin brewery in Poland to Polish brewer Van Pur, as part of a restructuring plan.
Royal Unibrew has posted a significant drop in pre-tax profit for 2008, despite an increase in revenue.
Royal Unibrew has more than halved its profit forecast for 2008, following a "disappointing" third quarter.
The CEO of Danish brewer Royal Unibrew has resigned.
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