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Foster's, the Australian wine and beer giant, has increased its investment in the Vietnamese beer by buying the Vietnamese Song Han brand and its Danang brewery for A$8m (US$4.6m). The acquisition will double the capacity of Foster's existing Danang brewery and meet growing regional demand for its product.


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