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Carlsberg has sold real estate in Norway to the value if NOK115m (US$17m). The Danish brewer said today (29 September) that properties at its former Tou breweries near Stavanger were sold to real-estate investor Rune Runestad.

Last year, Carlsberg decided to cease production at Tou due to harsh competition and the need to free capital for other projects.


Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: Carlsberg

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