AFRICA: SABMiller gets duty deal for cassava beer launch

By Chris Mercer | 1 November 2011

SABMiller hopes to lure more African consumers into beer after securing a cut-price tax deal to produce a beer using local cassava in Mozambique.

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SABMiller hopes to lure more African consumers into beer after securing a cut-price tax deal to produce a beer using local cassava in Mozambique.

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