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Heineken, which last week held a capital markets seminar in Vietnam, has a long and storied history in Asia. In 1931, it set up joint-venture Asia Pacific Breweries with Fraser & Neave in a partnership that only ended in November 2012 when Heineken bought out F&N's stake.


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