Kadji group’s UCB on the offensive in purchase of Guinness Cameroon by Castel 

Kadji group’s UCB on the offensive in purchase of Guinness Cameroon by Castel 

The brewery company has referred the matter to the CEMAC Community Competition Council to obtain information on the current deal. 

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            ▪ Kadji group’s UCB on the offensive in purchase of Guinness Cameroon by Castel 

▪ The brewery company has referred the matter to the CEMAC Community Competition Council to obtain information on the current deal. 

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/814297/kadji-groups-ucb-on-the-offensive-in-purchase-of-guinness-cameroon-by-castel/

On 13 December, the Union Camerounaise de Brasseries (UCB), led by Austin Ufomba, through its counsels Vanessa de Happi, D. Happi Avocats, and Roland Abeng Dze, (founder of Abeng Law Firm) sent a request for information.

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