Kirin proposed buying Australia's Coca-Cola, the largest ever in history
It was revealed that Kirin, Japan's leading beverage maker, is offering a proposal to acquire Australia's Coca-Cola Amatil.
Measures anticipating shrinking domestic market due to the impact of the declining birthrate and aging population, it is said that domestic food companies will be the largest ever to acquire foreign companies.
Details are as follows.
Kirin HD, Australia acquired Coca-Cola with a proposed offer of 488 billion yen
According to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun news report, Kirin Holdings announced that it made a takeover proposal to Coca-Cola Amatil through "Lion Nathan" major beer sales company in Australia.
In order to expand the overseas sales base at a stroke in consideration of the shrinking domestic market against the backdrop of the falling birthrate and the aging population etc, the total acquisition amount is the largest ever as a domestic food company acquiring foreign companies 8 billion Australia · It is said that it will be dollar (about 488 billion yen).
For acquisitions, Lion Nathan said that it aims to merge the two companies by acquiring all the shares, so that shareholders can choose cash payment, share exchange or both.
By the way, although it is Coca-Cola Amatil, according to the report of the Reuters news agency, it is a company with 30% stake by Coca-Cola Company in the United States, against the proposal to buy from Lion Nathan "There are many deficiencies It is said that it is said.
Australian Lion Nathan to Coca-Cola Amatil for up to US $ 4.9 billion acquisition proposal | Reuters
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