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Carlsberg Breweries A/S has increased its shareholding in the Bulgarian brewery Shumensko Pivo AD to 89% through the acquisition of a further 29.6 per cent of the share capital. The shares have been acquired from Ferroal Ltd. and the parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.


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