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SABMiller Investing $300 Million in Peruvian Brewery
May 18 (Bloomberg) -- SABMiller Plc, 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
May 24 (Bloomberg) -- SABMiller Plc, 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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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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India to Seek $7 Billion in Taxes for Past Deals
Other deals that likely would come under the retroactive-tax law include London-based SABMiller PLC's purchase of Foster's Group Ltd.
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Stock to Watch: British American Tobacco
This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall.
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Molson Coors sales miss on weaker Canada
BR) and SABMiller Plc (SAB.L), Molson's business is concentrated in Canada, Britain and the United States, so weakness in one of those markets can cause worry.
Molson Coors Profit Falls On StarBev Charge; Names Gavin Hattersley CFO  RTT News
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Efes Looks for Brewery Acquisitions in Former-Soviet Markets
Anadolu Efes, which bought SABMiller Plc's 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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UK retail shares: Winners and losers
No doubt many investors in Game Group, the computer games retailer that went into administration in March (although its shops have since been bought by investment firm OpCapita), will consider themselves unlucky.
Boko Haram Attacks Hurt Nigerian Breweries Sales, CEO Says
SABMiller Plc, the world's second-largest brewer by volume, is building a $100 million plant in Onitsha, in south-eastern Nigeria.
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This Month's Top 10 Share Ideas
That's what Roland Head was asking about SABMiller (LSE: SAB) in his second entry this month. Since 2002, the beer giant has gained 320% while the FTSE 100 has only just broken even.
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