COPENHAGEN, Denmark— In a move to bolster its position in Greece, Carlsberg says its local brewer will merge with Greek beer-maker Olympic Brewery and hold a 51- percent share in the new company. Carlsberg, a Danish company, said Tuesday that the two breweries combined would hold a market share of about 29 percent in Greece. Carlsberg CEO Joergen Buhl Rasmussen...» Read More
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