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[PDF] SABMiller reponse on behalf of Tanzania Breweries

Author: SABMiller, Published on: 12 May 2015

TBL acquired Loliondo farm legally and in strict accordance with the due process. The survey and mapping of the farm was approved by the Village Council, Ngorongoro Municipality and finally the Ministry for Lands. The sale of the farm by TBL to Tanzania Conservation Limited was entirely transparent. TBL sold the farm in December, 2006 and is therefore not involved in the current dispute, but have been made aware of the concerns of local populations.

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This is a response from the following companies: Tanzania Breweries (part of SABMiller)