JAPAN: Asahi, Kirin change beers to beat recession

By Michael Fitzpatrick | 6 March 2009

Japan's two top brewers, Asahi and Kirin Holdings, have said they are to change their beers and drop prices to beat the twin blues of recession and dwindling domestic sales.

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Japan's two top brewers, Asahi and Kirin Holdings, have said they are to change their beers and drop prices to beat the twin blues of recession and dwindling domestic sales.

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