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TURKEY: Carlsberg increases shareholding in Türk Tuborg

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Carlsberg Breweries A/S has started negotiations with Yasar Holding AS to acquire the Yasar Group's 12.1% stake in the Turkish-based brewery Türk Tuborg. If the egotiations result in an agreement, Carlsberg Breweries will subsequently own 95.3% of the company. Any agreement is subject to approval by Turkish authorities.

Carlsberg Breweries became the majority shareholder in July 2001 by acquiring 50.01% of the share capital and has since then through increases in the share capital and public offers increased its ownership share to 83.2%.


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