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PHILIPPINES: Government expects SMC ownership to be settled by 2003

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The Philippine government has said it expects to retake control of the giant food and drinks group, San Miguel Corp. (SMC) by 2003. A 47% stake in the group is among $5 billion in disputed assets believed to have been illegally appropriated by the former dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, and his associates.


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