Tiger Beer Poised for Heineken Takeover
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The move, to protect Heineken's interests in Asia, raised the prospect of a bidding war with rivals ThaiBev and the Japanese brewing giant Kirin, both of which also have interests in APB.
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The Dutch brewer's move comes after Chang beer and Mekhong rum maker Thai Beverage, last week said it had entered into agreements with 3 shareholders to take a 22% stake in F&N for S$2.8 B.
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Kirin Holdings is in early discussions for a potential bid for Asia Pacific Breweries, a move that could intensify the battle for control of the Singapore maker of Tiger beer.
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Heineken said it is offering 50 Singapore dollars (£25) a share to Fraser & Neave, which shares ownership of Tiger beer maker Asia Pacific Breweries with Heineken. That deal is worth S$5.1bn...
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Dutch brewing giant Heineken has lined up a S$7.7 billion offer to take over Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) in a move that will see Singapore's national icon, Tiger Beer, fall into foreign hands.
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