SINGAPORE: Asia Pacific Breweries raises Thai APB stake

By editorial team | 26 December 2008

Asia Pacific Breweries has upped its stake in Thai Asia Pacific Brewery Co. and TAP Trading Co.

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Asia Pacific Breweries has upped its stake in Thai Asia Pacific Brewery Co. and TAP Trading Co.

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