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AUSTRALIA: Shareholders approve Simeon/McGuigan merger

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Shareholders of the Australian Simeon Wines have almost unanimously agreed to merge with Brian McGuigan Wines. The listed merged group will be worth A$400m (US$220m). Some 99% of shareholders voted for the merger leaving one final hurdle to be cleared, approval by the South Australian Supreme Court at a hearing next week.


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