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Anheuser-Busch has begun work on its new brewery in the Fengnan District of Tangshan in the Hubei province of north-east China.

The new brewery, announced in March, will cost US$49m for the first phase of development and will replace a smaller brewery downtown.

The brewer said the investment is an effort to relocate industrial facilities outside the city and redevelop Tangshan "into a more residential and commercial area".

The new brewery, which will be built on a 160,000 square metre site, will have an initial production capacity of 3.1m hectolitres equal to 2.6m barrels, and is due to be fully built by the end of next year.


Sectors: Beer & cider

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