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AUSTRALIA: Regulatory clearance given for Lion's Banksia bid

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Australia's regulatory Foreign Investment Review Board has cleared brewing group Lion Nathan's bid for the small Banksia winery of Australia. This was necessary because Japan's Kirin Brewery owns about 48% of Lion Nathan.


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