‘NB, Consolidated Breweries merger to boost profitability’

NIGERIA – The Directors of Nigerian Breweries (NB) and Consolidated Breweries (CB) have stressed that the proposed merger of the two companies would enable the firms to align their long-term strategic interests in order to enhance operational efficiencies of both companies thereby maximizing value for all shareholders. 

‘NB, Consolidated Breweries merger to boost profitability’

NIGERIA – The Directors of Nigerian Breweries (NB) and Consolidated Breweries (CB) have stressed that the proposed merger of the two companies would enable the firms to align their long-term strategic interests in order to enhance operational efficiencies of both companies thereby maximizing value for all shareholders. 

‘NB, Consolidated Breweries merger to boost profitability’

NIGERIA – The Directors of Nigerian Breweries (NB) and Consolidated Breweries (CB) have stressed that the proposed merger of the two companies would enable the firms to align their long-term strategic interests in order to enhance operational efficiencies of both companies thereby maximizing value for all shareholders. 

NECA, AFBTE mount pressure on CPC to drop charges against Coca-Cola

NIGERIA – As a legal battle rages between the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and Coca Cola Nigeria Limited and its Nigerian franchise, the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) over an alleged breach of the CPC Act, the Director general of the council, Mrs. Dupe Atoki, on Saturday alleged a gang-up by the Nigerian Employers Consultative Council (NECA) and the Association of Food, Beverages and Tobacco Employees (AFBTE) to force the council to drop charges against the indicted firms.

NECA, AFBTE mount pressure on CPC to drop charges against Coca-Cola

NIGERIA – As a legal battle rages between the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and Coca Cola Nigeria Limited and its Nigerian franchise, the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) over an alleged breach of the CPC Act, the Director general of the council, Mrs. Dupe Atoki, on Saturday alleged a gang-up by the Nigerian Employers Consultative Council (NECA) and the Association of Food, Beverages and Tobacco Employees (AFBTE) to force the council to drop charges against the indicted firms.