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"The take-over battle for Egyptian cake and biscuit maker Bisco Misr led by global giant Kelloggs is just one of a series of transactions which reflect the escalating international appetite for investment in the diversifying Islamic Middle East and North Africa (Mena) markets," said Shikoh.
Summary: Shareholders in Egypt's Bisco Misr have agreed to sell a controlling stake to Kellogg as the world's largest breakfast cereal maker won an $87 million takeover battle for the cake and biscuit producer.
As an energy importer, Egypt stands to benefit from cheaper oil, and bidding wars for local companies such as Bisco Misr and Arab Dairy Products have underscored growing interest in local equities.
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BEST-SELLING novelist Barbara Bisco has been getting acquainted with the island whilst visiting her entrepreneurial daughter, Jasmine, who has a business base in Bahrain, and two-year-old grandson, Rafe.The 77-year-old well-travelled writer, who uses her maiden name when penning her hot and saucy romps, enjoyed a short-break with her husband, Roger Montgomery, this month, staying at a beach-front villa on Amwaj Islands.She has had three novels published -- Tiger with a Human Soul, A Taste of Green Tangerines and the latest offering, Night of the Water Spirits.Shortly before returning to her current home in the UK, she said: "We have loved our visit here and it is agony to think that we have to get on a plane and leave this beautiful place.
A bidding war for the Egyptian biscuit producer Bisco Misr appears to be taking place following the development that the US breakfast company Kellogg was conducting due diligence on the company; a number of other companies including the Saudi Arabian conglomerate Savola are believed to also be vying to buy Bisco.
The private-equity firm, the largest in the Middle East, said last month it has also made an approach for Bisco Misr, a Cairo-based producer of cakes and biscuits.
He is predeceased by two sisters, Joyce Bisco and Margery Keegan.
Address : 16 Tadrib Al Modarrebin St., El Amireyya, Behind Bisco Misr Co., Cairo