CHINA: SAB to invest $100 million in China
Brewing conglomerate, South African Breweries, is planning to invest $100 million in the Chinese beer industry over the next three years in both acquisitions and marketing, according to a report in the China Daily newspaper. The company has already invested around $100 million in China through numerous acquisitions.
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