SPAIN: Del Pino sells Ebro Foods stake

By Michelle Russell | 21 November 2012

Spain's Del Pino family has sold its 3.4% share in Ebro Foods for EUR69m (US$88.3m).

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Spain's Del Pino family has sold its 3.4% share in Ebro Foods for EUR69m (US$88.3m).

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