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Four foreign bidders are believed to have shown interest in acquiring a minority stake of up to 40% in family-owned German Karlsberg brewery, the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung said today.
 
The report said Heineken of the Netherlands, Belgium's Interbrew, the UK's Scottish & Newcastle Breweries) and South African Breweries Ltd have shown interest in the German company.


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