PHILIPPINES: San Miguel Brewery to build bottling plant

By editorial team | 18 November 2009

San Miguel Brewery, the Philippines-based brewer, intends to spend more than PHP1bn (US$21.4m) on a new bottling plant.

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San Miguel Brewery, the Philippines-based brewer, intends to spend more than PHP1bn (US$21.4m) on a new bottling plant.

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