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SABMiller Investing $300 Million in Peruvian Brewery
SABMiller Plc (SAB), the world's second-biggest brewer by volume, is investing $300 million in Peru to meet surging beer demand in Latin America's fastest-growing economy, according to the London-based company's local unit.
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SABMiller Says Annual Profit Rises, Boosted by Africa
SABMiller Plc (SAB), the world's second- biggest brewer by volume, said it expects profit margins to show little change this year as savings programs and price increases offset rising commodity prices.
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Burberry, Vodafone, SABMiller May Raise Dividends
Burberry Group Plc (BRBY), Vodafone (VOD) Group Plc and SABMiller (SAB) Plc are among 13 companies in the Stoxx Europe 600 Index that may boost dividends next week, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
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Analysis: SABMiller faces long haul to turn around Foster's
Investors are unconvinced that SABMiller, which has built up its business around fast-growing emerging markets to become the biggest brewer there, made the right move in buying the No.1 player in mature market Australia when its beer volumes, profit ...
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Efes Looks for Brewery Acquisitions in Former-Soviet Markets
Anadolu Efes, which bought SABMiller Plc's (SAB) Russian and Ukrainian business last year, also plans to either build a new brewery in Turkey or expand one of five existing manufacturing sites in the country over the next three years, Alejandro Jimenez ...
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Is it time for investors to look to Burma?
"Burma is open for business once more" has been the cry that has gone up from many on hearing the news that EU sanctions are to be suspended on the military-dominated state.
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Risk and reward: The world's most dangerous business locations
Convenience is not a priority when it comes to commodities. Drilling and exploration often takes place in war-torn, risky environments and none more so than Somalia.
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India to Seek $7 Billion in Taxes for Past Deals
NEW DELHIļæ½India is likely to demand up to 400 billion rupees, or about $7 billion, in taxes related to 18 or 19 mergers in which foreign companies transferred Indian assets, a senior government official said.
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INPP offer for sale
Income-seekers should consider the offer for sale of new ordinary shares in International Public Partnerships (INPP). Priced at 116.25p, they offer a starting yield of 5.2% plus the potential for slow but steady income and capital growth over the next ...
Booker boosted by Makro takeover
Shares in leading UK food wholesaler Booker Group (BOK) jumped almost 8% as it announced that it would acquire Makro UK, the subsidiary of German retail giant Metro.
Booker Group makes deal to buy rival Makro  Proactive Investors UK
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