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Shareholders in South African Breweries (SAB) have voted by a large majority to approve the company's $5.6 billion acquisition of Miller Brewing. The deal, which will create the world's second largest brewer, is now expected to be completed on July 10 when all regulatory approvals are expected to have been received. The extraordinary general meeting was held on Monday July 1.


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