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CCU

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CCU as a premise-based solution is licensed by users and options.
During 1Q'2012, CCU has shown lower EBITDA margins across segments, due to increase competition in Beer in Chile in the modern-trade segment, higher fuel costs in Chile and Argentina, and lower consumption in Argentina.
Click the following link to see the Monthly Chart of CCU Since September 1999 With 20-Month Moving Average: http://www.
Nearly 3,000 students attend classes annually at CCU locations throughout Colorado, including Lakewood, Grand Junction, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs.
In addition, CCU will repay $500 million in aggregate principal amount of its 6.
For a full copy of DCR's Credit Analysis on CCU, visit DCR's Web site at http://www.
The Amendments have been fully executed by CCU and the holders of a majority of the outstanding commitments under each of the facilities.
The effectiveness of the Amendments is conditioned, among other things, upon the repayment of $500 million of indebtedness under CCU's senior secured credit facilities, which CCU intends to finance through the issuance of new notes in a concurrent private placement.
This is positive for CCU because Chilean beer operations represent a significant portion of its operating income.
Over the past two years, CCU has been aggressively developing and growing its businesses.
CCU is Chile's largest producer, bottler and distributor of beer, accounting for nearly 90% of all beer sales by volume in 1993.
In addition, Fitch has assigned a National Scale Rating of 'AA+(chl)' to CCU and its UF denominated Chilean notes.