SABMiller CEO Alan Clark to get R1.2 billion when AB Inbev takes over

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SABMiller CEO Alan Clark will get a R1.2 billion (£55 million) pay-out when Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev takes over the company, the Financial Times revealed on Tuesday.

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