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UK regional brewer Greene King has refused to be drawn on reports that it is looking to sell around 150 tenanted pubs in southern England.

The Suffolk-based brewer has been busy expanding its pub business in the last 18 months with acquisitions of Ridley's, Belhaven and, most recently, Hardys and Hansons, which operates in the East Midlands.

However, Greene King stayed silent on reports that it has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers to advise it on the sale of 150 pubs. "We don't comment on speculation in the market," a Greene King spokesperson told just-drinks yesterday (19 October).

Officials at PricewaterhouseCoopers could not be reached for comment.


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