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Petron Corp Announces Investment Of San Miguel Corp In Unit, Petrogen Insurance
San Miguel Corp Declared Cash Dividends For Common Shares Of 0.35 Pesos Per Share
San Miguel Corp Posts QTRLY Gross Revenue 178,338 Mln Pesos
San Miguel Corporation is a diversified conglomerate. The Company's segments are beverage, food, packaging, energy, fuel and oil, and infrastructure. The beverage segment consists of brewing, distilling, selling, marketing and distributing beer, liquor and non-alcoholic beverages. The food segment offers a range of food products and services to household, institutional and food service customers. The packaging segment provides packaging solutions for food, pharmaceutical, chemical, beverages, spirits and personal care manufacturers. The energy segment is conducted through SMC Global Power Holdings Corp. (SMC Global Power), which is engaged in the Philippine power generation industry. The fuel and oil segment operates its fuel and oil business through Petron Corporation (Petron). The infrastructure segment is conducted through San Miguel Holdings Corp. (SMHC), which consists of investments in companies that hold long-term concessions in the infrastructure sector in the Philippines.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
40 San Miguel Avenue, Metro Manila
Manila Central Post Office
P.O.: Box 271
Ramon S. Ang
Vice Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Operating Officer
Ferdinand K. Constantino
Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer
Virgilio S. Jacinto
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Compliance Officer
Aurora T. Calderon
Senior Vice President, Senior Executive Assistant to the Office of the President and Chief Operating Officer, Director
Sergio G. Edeza
Senior Vice President, Head of Treasury
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Eduardo Cojuangco, the chairman and chief executive of Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp , has died at the age of 85, the company said in a statement.
* SEES EXPECTED DROP IN Q1 PERFORMANCE DUE TO IMPACT OF COVID-19
LafargeHolcim <LHN.S> has decided to keep its $2.15 billion Philippines business after a deal to sell the operation collapsed, the world's biggest cement maker said on Monday.
Lafargeholcim will keep its Philippines business after its deal to sell the operations, valued at $2.15 billion, to San Miguel Corporation collapsed, the world's largest cement maker said on Monday.
* INFORMS COMMISSION THAT, CO WILL DEFER PROCESSING OF REGISTRATION STATEMENT AND ISSUANCE AND LISTING OF 60 BILLION PESOS COMMERCIAL PAPERS
* SEES LOWER DEMAND FOR CO'S FOOD AND BEVERAGE PRODUCTS FROM ON-PREMISE CONSUMPTION, BUT EXPECTS CORRESPONDING RISE IN IN-HOUSE CONSUMPTION
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> is set to win a contract to build and operate an airport project worth 735.6 billion pesos ($14.47 billion), aimed at decongesting Manila's ageing facility, a government official said on Wednesday.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp is set to win a contract to build and operate a 735.6 billion pesos ($14.47 billion) airport project aimed at decongesting Manila's ageing facility, a government official said on Wednesday.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> on Thursday priced shares in its food and beverage unit at the bottom of an indicative selling range, seeking to raise 34 billion pesos ($634 million) in Southeast Asia's worst-performing market so far this year.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp on Thursday priced shares in its food and beverage unit at the bottom of an indicative selling range, seeking to raise 34 billion pesos ($634 million) in Southeast Asia's worst-performing market so far this year.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> slashed the size of its food unit's share sale by almost half to $920 million, as a weak stock market thwarted what could have been the nation's biggest ever secondary offering.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp is looking to sell a minority stake in its food and beverage subsidiary for 90 pesos to 100 pesos ($1.67-$1.86) per share, below its maximum 140 pesos regulatory filing price, its president said on Thursday.
San Miguel Corp said on Wednesday it was confident of attracting investors to buy up to a $2.7 billion stake in its food and beverage unit, the Philippines' biggest secondary share offering.
Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> said it was selling a $2.7 billion stake in its food and beverage unit San Miguel Food and Beverage Inc <FB.PS> at a rich premium, sending shares of both firms soaring to multi-year highs.
The food and beverage unit of Philippine conglomerate San Miguel Corp is seeking regulatory approval to sell more than one billion existing shares, in line with its plan to raise up to $3 billion to fund its expansion program.
Philippines conglomerate San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> is planning to invest at least $1 billion in the next two years to build 10 breweries inside and outside the country, senior company executives said on Wednesday.
At an abandoned train station in Buenos Aires' working-class suburb of San Miguel, hundreds of Argentines gather with bags of clothes, rice, flour and sugar to trade.
San Miguel Corp <SMC.PS> does not need a partner to build a proposed $14 billion airport near the Philippines' capital Manila, the company's president said on Friday, responding to concerns that the project may be too big to handle alone.
The Philippines on Wednesday approved a $14 billion airport project proposed by its largest company by revenue, San Miguel Corp, a facility that that should help ease congestion at the country's main gateway in Manila.
* SAN MIGUEL CORP TO TRANSFER 217 MILLION SHARES HELD BY SMC IN GINEBRA SAN MIGUEL & 7.86 BILLION SHARES IN SAN MIGUEL BREWERY INC
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