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Feldschlösschen plans shareholder payout in 2001

Carlsberg/Feldschlösschen Keystone

Switzerland's Feldschlösschen Huerlimann group is planning to hand SFr200 million ($111.5 million) back to shareholders next year after the sale of its drinks operation to Carlsberg.

This content was published on November 28, 2000 - 11:23

Under the proposal, to be put to shareholders at the next annual general meeting, investors would be paid in the form of options, which give them the right to sell stock in the future at a fixed price.

Feldschlösschen agreed to sell its brewing business to Carlsberg for SFr870 million earlier this month.

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