BRAZIL/US: General Mills "agrees to buy food firm Yoki"

By Dean Best | 13 February 2012

General Mills has reportedly agreed to buy Brazilian food manufacturer Yoki in a transaction worth BRL2bn (US$1.16bn).

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General Mills has reportedly agreed to buy Brazilian food manufacturer Yoki in a transaction worth BRL2bn (US$1.16bn).

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