Comment - Sink or Swim for Japan's Brewers

By Chris Mercer | 5 August 2010

The latest sales figures to emerge from Japan's largest brewers have underlined that they must either dive into overseas markets or face stagnation and decay at home.

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The latest sales figures to emerge from Japan's largest brewers have underlined that they must either dive into overseas markets or face stagnation and decay at home.

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