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Carlsberg announced last week that its joint venture with the Khun Charoen/Chang Beverages group had collapsed leaving the Danish company as 100%-owners of Carlsberg Asia and its plans for Asian growth little advanced from two and half years ago. Ben Cooper looks at Carlsberg's doomed relationship with Chang and asks where the brewer goes from here.


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