PHILIPPINES: RFM board approves Swift Foods acquisition

By just-food.com | 26 September 2002

The board of Philippines food and drinks manufacturer RFM has approved the acquisition of the meat processing business of its Swift Foods unit. The acquisition deal, which still requires the approval of Swift's board, will cover all assets of the meat processing business except the factory and land which is situated just south of Manila.

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The board of Philippines food and drinks manufacturer RFM has approved the acquisition of the meat processing business of its Swift Foods unit. The acquisition deal, which still requires the approval of Swift's board, will cover all assets of the meat processing business except the factory and land which is situated just south of Manila.

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