JAPAN: Asahi Breweries to invest overseas

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 1 December 2009

Asahi Breweries is looking to invest in more overseas drinks markets to help offset declining sales in Japan and become one of the world's top ten food and drink companies.

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Asahi Breweries is looking to invest in more overseas drinks markets to help offset declining sales in Japan and become one of the world's top ten food and drink companies.

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