SA's biggest agency does a deal

August 2003
Finance Week;8/25/2003, p76
Reports on FCB SA's empowerment deal which was announced in August 2003. Interpublic Group of New York's stake in the company; Percentage of interest owned by black South African investors; Prominent names among the investors; Complexity of the empowerment deal in the advertising industry.


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