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Liberalisation in the Thai beer industry has created a price war, leaving the oldest and most established player in the market, Boon Rawd Brewery, exposed. Keith Nuthall talks to its export director Palit Bhirom-Bhakdi and finds the US and the Thai food craze could help the brewer through the crisis at home.


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