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Carlsberg agrees $4.2bn Britvic takeover

Danish brewer Carlsberg has agreed a deal to purchase Britvic for £3.3 billion ($4.2bn) in a takeover that Britvic chairman Ian Durant called “compelling”. The deal – which would create a UK business called Carlsberg Britvic – follows a previous offer of £3.1bn ($3.9bn) in June, which was rejected. Carlsberg expects the new group to…

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