GUATEMALA: AmBev to build brewery (reports)

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 29 January 2003

The Brazilian brewer, AmBev, is reportedly planning to invest $50m in building a brewery in Guatemala. The company's representative in Guatemala, David Almeida, was reported as saying that the new project would directly create 680 jobs and indirectly a further 1,800.

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The Brazilian brewer, AmBev, is reportedly planning to invest $50m in building a brewery in Guatemala. The company's representative in Guatemala, David Almeida, was reported as saying that the new project would directly create 680 jobs and indirectly a further 1,800.

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